Blepharoplasty (lower-upper eyelid aesthetics)
An excess skin on your eyelid may be limiting your visual angle. Factors such as age, stress, spending long time in front of a computer, gravity cause the skin on your eyelid to sag, restricting your visual angle.

Removing the excess skin on your upper eyelids is a procedure that we perform in a clinical setting under just a 60-minute local injection.

Have a blepharoplasty (lower-upper eyelid aesthetics) operation and don't let the excess skin on your eyelid restrict you any longer. Lower blepharoplasty is a short procedure that can be performed under general or local anesthesia in a hospital setting. It enables you to get rid of the load on your eyes and read a book for a long time.

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Questions About Blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Aesthetics) is a surgical procedure intended to remove excess skin on the eyelids and eliminate the appearance of sagging eyelids. Eyelids are regions where signs of aging appear early. This procedure can be performed on all male and female patients of middle age and older who are found suitable candidates as a result of physical examination.
As a rule, eyelid surgeries can typically be performed daily under local or general anesthesia. It is performed by making specific incisions compatible with the lines on the eyelids, to remove excess skin. It can also involve removing a part from the underlying muscle tissue if needed. The amount of skin tissue to be removed is determined based on the preoperative measurements and marking. After controlling the bleeding, the initial incision is sutured continuously with dissolvable sutures. It can be performed alone or in conjunction with other surgical procedures such as eyebrow lift.
Lower blepharoplasty is performed with two different incision approaches. These two forms of approach are: transconjunctival(through inside the eyelid) and subciliar (through an incision made just below the lower eyelashes) approaches. The technique to be used during the surgical procedure is determined based on the amount of skin to be removed, the amount of pseudoherniation of fat, the patient’s potential to form a hypertrophic scar, and the surgeon’s preference.
No dressing is needed after surgery. However, the incision is closed with Steri-Strips (sterile tape). These are renewed depending on the needs in the following days. Sutures (if not dissolvable) are removed within 7 to 8 days. After surgery, bruises may be observed in and around the wound area. Applying ice to the area for the first 24 to 72 postoperative hours contributes to reduce bruising and swelling. In general, the patient can return to work after 2 to 3 days. The patient can wear makeup a few days after the removal of the sutures. Most of the healing will be completed by the end of the first month after surgery. After surgery, use only the medications prescribed by your doctor.
Upper blepharoplasty is the surgical procedure performed under local anesthesia intended to remove fat bags and excess skin that cause sagging on your eyelid. Excess tissues are removed through incisions made on the upper eyelid folds and incisions made just under the eyelashes of the lower eyelids. Scars remain on the fold of skin on the upper eyelid and just under the eyelashes of the lower eyelids.
These operations are usually performed under local anesthesia in hospital settings. There may be swelling and bruising for a period about 7 days after the operation. Since the skin of the eyelids is quite thin, bleeding and bruising may occur to a considerable extent, but the recovery is fast. After about 1 month, the scars become visible only when viewed very closely.

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