Eyes are the most important feature on our face. Saggy and baggy skin under eyes makes us look sad and tired all the time. With the introduction of Blepharoplasty, popularly known as Eyelid surgery, eyes can be given more youthful appearance. Eye Lid surgery removes excessive skin folds and fat deposits from the eye area making them look attractive and lively. In other words, it improves the appearance of your eyes. This surgical procedure also correct defects, deformities and disfigurations on the eye lids, giving a new look to your eyes.
The term was coined by Karl Ferdinand von Grafe in 1818. During this time, the technique was used for repairing deformities caused by cancer in the eyelids. The technique was even used by the ancient Egyptians around 3000 years ago for reconstructions on lips, nose, and ears.
Blepharoplasty includes external surgical incisions that are made along the skin of the upper and lower eyelids. Patients are given general anaesthesia. It takes usually 1 to 3 hours to complete the surgical procedure and minimum two days to maximum 6 weeks to get normal.
- Dry and itchy eyes
- Watery eye
- Sensitivity to light
Swelling and bruising depend upon the amount of bleeding you had during the surgery.
Although the surgery does not stop you from doing work, but you should not do put strain on your eyes after it. Have rest for at least week. The age for the surgery can be in between 30 to 50.
The surgery cost about $4,500.
Look for a reliable skin care clinic in your city. You can search for them online or in local directories. Make a list of the clinics that offer the procedure. Contact them and talk to a professional surgeon before undergoing the procedure. Collect all the information about the benefits and side effects of the surgery. Make sure you have cleared all your queries before the surgery.
Blepharoplasty in Sydney
In Sydney, La Sante Mede Spa offer Blepharoplasty at reasonable rates. The procedure is carried under the supervision of professionals who have years of experience in this field.