The eyes are the focal point of the face and contribute substantially to your overall facial appearance. Bags beneath the eyes, wrinkled drooping layers of skin on the eyelids, and sagging eyebrows give the entire face a perpetually tired or sad expression.Schedule consultation
Aesthetic eyelid surgery can “illuminate” the face and restore a more youthful appearance by reducing the extra skin & fat that causes these conditions. Blepharoplasty is often performed along with a face-lift or with other facial rejuvenating procedures.
The surgeon may operate on the upper and lower eyelids as necessary, removing excess skin and muscle as well as eliminating or repositioning fat under the skin that creates puffiness and bagginess of the eyelids. Incisions are hidden within natural folds or beneath lash lines, or sometimes may be placed inside the lower eyelid if removal of skin is not necessary.
Sometimes the upper eyelid problem is aggravated by sagging of the eyebrows, and this may require correction with a brow lift.
Post Operation Care
The sutures are removed on the post operative 5th day. Because eyelid skin is thin, you should expect some swelling and black-and-blue discoloration after surgery. Your eyes may be temporarily sensitive to light and susceptible to excess tearing or dryness. You may want to wear dark glasses for a couple of weeks to protect your eyes from wind and sun irritation and avoid eye strain from prolonged reading or television viewing. You will be able to resume wearing makeup and contact lenses shortly after your surgery.
Risk of Blepharoplasty Operation
A fresher and more youthful appearance of the eyes with out bags and pouches is the norm. Some actually experience an improvement in their eye sight because of removal of excess skin.
Crows feet may be less visible but can be improved further by laser, chemical peel or botox.