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Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

What’s Eyelid Surgery ( Blepharoplasty)?

Surgery known as blepharoplasty (BLEF-uh-roe-plas-tee) is used to remove extra skin from the eyelids. As we age, the muscles that support our eyelids weaken and they stretch. This can lead to an accumulation of fat and extra skin above and below your eyelids. This may result in bags beneath the eyes, droopy upper lids, and sagging eyebrows.
In addition to ageing, significantly drooping skin around the eyes can impair peripheral vision, or side vision, particularly in the outer and higher regions of the visual field. These eyesight issues can be lessened or eliminated with blepharoplasty. Additionally, the procedure might give eyes a younger, alerter appearance.

What do it treat ?

A blepharoplasty could be a possibility for:
drooping or loose upper eyelids
Excess upperlid skin that partially obstructs peripheral vision
Overexposure of the lower eyelid skin
under-eye bags
It is possible to have blepharoplasty done concurrently with a facelift, brow lift, or skin resurfacing.Insurance coverage may vary depending on whether a vision-damaging condition is corrected after surgery. Insurance probably won’t pay for surgery performed solely to enhance attractiveness.


Many blepharoplasty patients report feeling more confident in themselves and that they appear younger and more rested. The effects of surgery can extend a lifetime for certain people. For some, drooping eyelids may come back.
Swelling and bruises usually go down gradually over the course of 10 to 14 days. It can take months for the surgery wound scars to go away. Be careful not to expose the sensitive skin on your eyelids to the sun.


Your outcomes from lower blepharoplasty, or surgery on the lower eyelids, should last a lifetime. Your results should last five to seven years if you choose to have upper eyelid repair.

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