Eyelid or Blepharoplasty surgery is a kind of aesthetic operation performed to patients with sagging eyelids and damaged skins with wrinkles as a result of aging. In Eyelid or Blepharoplasty surgery tissues around the eyes, upper, and lower eyelids are stretched in order to have a younger and more fresh look.

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How Is the Blepharoplasty Done?

In the process of Eyelid or Blepharoplasty surgery a small incision is made to eliminate the excessive skins around the eyelid. The incision is so small and invisible that no mark will be tangible after the surgery which makes the Eyelid surgery even more interesting and impressive for the clients since the most of them are concerned about the possible scars, wounds and lacerations after the surgery.

What's All the Fuzz About Blepharoplasty? Are There Any Side Effects?

Blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic surgery procedure that is designed to improve the appearance of the eyelids by removing excess skin, fat, and muscle. Blepharoplasty can be performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both, and is often done to correct sagging, drooping, or “hooded” eyelids, as well as to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and bags under the eyes. Blepharoplasty is a relatively common and safe procedure, but like any surgery, it carries some risks and potential complications. The best way to determine if blepharoplasty is right for you is to consult with a qualified plastic surgeon or oculoplastic surgeon. During a consultation, the surgeon will evaluate your eyelids, facial structure, and overall health to determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure and to discuss your goals and expectations.

Why Do You Need Blepharoplasty?

Why do you need Blepharoplasty?

Eyes and the surrounding skin are one the most vulnerable and delicate parts of our face which is generally affected sooner by the consequences of aging than other parts.

Sagging skins, wrinkles, droopy eyelids can seriously affect our confidence and quality of life, So we need extra protection besides having eye cream and other daily care to eliminate the signs of getting old and especially to those with higher predisposition of having damaged eyelids.

Eyelid surgery is a procedure that helps you to look younger, less tired and more glowing. Besides having these aesthetic effects, eyelid or Blepharoplasty provide better eye vision since in most patients the sagging and loosen eyelid cause problems such as visual impairments and also blocking the visual field that lead to serious challenges in daily life.

Why US?

Dr.Abedini is an expert and knowledgeable physician in providing aesthetic procedures to patients from all walks of life. She has been performing Eyelid or Blepharoplasty surgery for various patients with multiple issues.

One of the merits of having Eyelid surgery with Dr.Abedini suggests a different method and procedure for each patient that makes the process and result of the surgery more satisfactory for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Are The Side Effects Of Having Blepharoplasty Surgery?
Having side effects or irritations after the Eyelid surgery varies from one case to another. However, there are some pervasive ones such as infection, slight bleeding, dry, irritated eyes, visible scars, and lacerations that normally occur after Eyelid surgery.
How Long Does Blepharoplasty Surgery Take?
The amount of time required for the Blepharoplasty surgery is different according to the situations and other relatable factors that may affect the procedure. However, the maximum time of the surgery usually takes between 45 to 60 minutes to be finished.
How Long Do Blepharoplasty Treatments Last?
The results typically last anywhere between 5-7 years. Lower lid blepharoplasty rarely needs to be repeated.
What Is The Suitable Age To Have Blepharoplasty?
While it can be done at any time, those seeking to reduce the appearance of aging will generally get the best results after the age of 40.
How Long Is The Blepharoplasty Recovery Time?
After the treatment, you may need up to 14 days to recover completely. Do not forget to keep in touch with your doctor during your recovery time.
How Much Does Blepharoplasty Cost?
It depends on the package and the doctor you choose for treatment. Dr. Abedini offers a variety of packages at a reasonable price.