Eyelid surgery

Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic procedure concerning the eye of the patient. This procedure is generally used to improve the aesthetic look of the eye. Many people suffer from puffiness, dark circles and other disorders of the of eye, which may be caused due to underlying conditions. In some cases, fatty deposits may be formed on the upper eyelid. This can damage the overall appearance and attractiveness of a face.

Even though the surgery is usually carried out for the cosmetic benefits, older people, whose sagging eyelids often limit their field of vision, can also undergo the same. However, undergoing Blepharoplasty alone will not eliminate the dark circles and wrinkles under your eyes. Patients will often need to undergo separate procedures for the added benefits. Certain factors determine whether a particular person is qualified to undergo Blepharoplasty

The surgery can only be performed on people without serious eye conditions. Smokers are also disqualified from undergoing Blepharoplasty. Patients should not suffer from healing disorders if they want to undergo the procedure. Last but not the least, the patient should have a realistic goal in mind when they undergo the surgery.

An advanced form of blepharoplasty uses lasers to remove the excess fat from the eyelids. In this procedure, a high-powered laser is used and does not involve an incision on the lids. Since there is no need for an invasive surgery, the healing time post the operation is reduced drastically.


Rhinoplasty After & Before Surgery:


Typically we can improve the appearance of the eyelid area by:

  • Removing excess fatty deposits that cause puffiness.
  • Tightening loose skin in the upper eyelid, folds that sometimes hinder vision.
  • Removing extra skin and wrinkles from the lower eyelid.
  • Rejuvenating puffy bags that appear under eyes.
  • Tightening the lower eyelid to create a more aesthetically pleasing position relative to the iris, the colored part of the eye.