Upper Blepharoplasty

Upper blepharoplasty is an eye surgery procedure that aims to remove fat deposits, wrinkles and excess skin with the ultimate goal of forming and tightening the upper eyelid.

Who are the right candidates for Upper Blepharoplasty?

People who are experiencing their aging process
People who a fresher look on their faces
People who look older than their age
People with wrinkles around their eyes
People with sagging eyelids that cause visual disturbances

Operation Duration: estimated 90 minutes

Type of Anesthesia: Local Anesthesia

Preoperative Preparation:

Initial consultation with the doctor, convey the result you want as clear as possible

Patient will be required to tell the doctor his/her medical history and whether or not the patient has had any surgeries in the past.
Stop consuming cigarettes and alcohol for 2 weeks
Stop taking supplements containing vitamin E, gingko biloba and blood thinning drugs.

Operation Process:

A line of incisions will be made, which is hidden in the normal folds of the eyelid skin
The incision is extended to the outer corner into the other laugh lines or curves
Excess skin or fat under the eyelid skin is removed
New petals are formed

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Temporary inconvenience in the eye area
Feeling tight and itchy on the eyelids
Increased sensitivity of the eye
Watering eyes
Eyes feel dry
Impaired sensation in the eyelids

Hematoma complications
Temporary swelling at the tip of the eye

Postoperative Care:

Routinely use eye drops to keep your eyes from drying out
Head in an upright position and use cold compresses to reduce swelling and pain
Apply eye ointment for approximately one week after surgery
It is not advised to take aspirin or certain inflammatory drugs
Avoid sunlight, always wear sunglasses
The final result is obtained from a perfect healing process for 3 to 6 months