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Blepharoplasty or eye rejuvenation

What is blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery?

Blepharoplasty, often known as eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic operation that improves the appearance of the skin surrounding your eyes.
As we age, our top eyelids droop and the skin around them sags. 
We notice an evident crease between the cheek and the lower eyelid.
The eye becomes smaller, you appear fatigued, and people question as to whether you slept well the night before ?
The eyes are the most noticeable feature of the face and serve as a portal to the outside world. We express ourselves solely through our eyes.
Blepheroplasty treats all of the signs of aging eyelids.
For some, it may improve their field of vision.

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Are you a candidate for Blepharoplasty?

1. Your eyes look tired, and your eyelids are sagging.


 2. The skin around your eyes is thin with visible underlying fata and vessels

3. You have dark lines or bags under your eyes not reducing with other medical treatment such as fillers HIFU or RF

4. Excess skin over upper lid which looks like a hood and covers your eye more then 30% of the pupil

preparation for blepharoplasty

Process for blepharoplasty surgery 

Blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is a day care procedure that can be done with local anesthesia or general anesthesia, based on what the consultation shows. The upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both lids can be worked on at the same time.
Standard markings are made on the upper eyelid to show where the extra skin is, and cuts are made in the upper and lower eyelids. The orbicularis occuli muscle septum is opened, and the extra fat in the compartments is removed. The septum is then tightened, and the skin is closed with fine stitches so that there is no noticeable scar on the lower eyelid. Little to no skin is cut away, and fat is redistributed if there isn't any extra skin. If there isn't any extra skin, our plastic surgeon will

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