Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty-
Aesthetically, the eyes are the most important part of the face. The eyes in many cases reflect the age of the individual and even reflect his or her emotional and mood states.
Plastic surgery on the eyelids, called blepharoplasty, is designed to remove puffy eyelids and excess skin, and its primary purpose is to rejuvenate people's faces. The best candidates for cosmetic eyelid surgery are those who are at least 35 years old, and hanging eyelid or puffy skin causes unpleasant changes in their appearance.

Upper eyelid surgery
In upper eyelid surgery, extra skin, muscle, and fat bags (which appear bloated especially on the inside) are removed by surgical knife, laser, or radio waves, depending on the surgeon's options. In addition, if the eyelid droop is present, it can be corrected during surgery. Upper eyelid surgery improves the shape and position of the upper eyelid and if this excess skin or eyelid drooping limits the field of vision, Removes and overall gives a younger look. Occasionally eyebrow lift surgery is also performed with upper eyelid surgery.

Lower eyelid surgery
Lower eyelid surgery is often performed to remove the fat bags below the lower eyelid which causes bloating. In certain cases, the fat is not removed and is only displaced or spread. The back of the lower eyelid (on the conjunctival side) is removed and excess fat is removed and no sutures are required at the end of the operation.
If there is excess skin and loose skin, below the eyelash line Is cut and thereby excess skin and fat and possibly muscle are removed, then the surgery site is closed by fine sutures.
Laser or radio waves can also be used in lower eyelid surgery. The advantage of using lasers and radio waves is the closing of bleeding blood vessels, during tissue removal, thereby reducing the risk of intraoperative and postoperative bleeding and its possible risks.
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