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Blepharoplasty - eyelid surgery,
Results, prices for blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty - eyelid surgery, results, prices for blepharoplasty

The eyes are a crucial part of facial expression. Often, the first signs of aging appear around the eyelids. Over time, the upper eyelids start to droop, and fatty pouches form under the lower eyelids, making the eyes look heavier, more tired, and older.


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    Definition and Objectives

    The procedure aims to reduce excess eyelid skin and remove fatty pockets. One can operate on the upper or lower eyelids separately or simultaneously.

    Some doctors also recommend blepharoplasty to treat dark circles if they are caused by excess fatty tissue. In this case, the procedure is called transconjunctival lower blepharoplasty.

    Local or general anesthesia, with or without hospitalization, depending on the decisions made with your surgeon. It should be noted that this operation is mostly done on an outpatient basis, with admission and discharge on the same day (unless it is associated with other surgical procedures).

  • Indications for Blepharoplasty

    Blepharoplasty is indicated to open up the eyes and get rid of a tired appearance and drooping eyelids. 

    It is suitable for both men and women, with spectacular results. 

    The procedure is particularly suitable for patients who do not wish to change their face too radically, but are looking for a healthy and fit appearance. 

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    Required Anesthesia:

    Complete blepharoplasty is performed under general anesthesia.
    Upper or lower eyelid blepharoplasty is often offered under local anesthesia in many clinics.

    Blepharoplasty is frequently combined with a facelift. In such cases, it is carried out immediately following the primary procedure and always under general anesthesia.

  • Duration of a Blepharoplasty

    A blepharoplasty generally takes 15 to 20 minutes per eyelid.

    For a complete blepharoplasty, it takes approximately 1 to 1.5 hours.

  • How Long Before Seeing the Results

    The results of a blepharoplasty are immediately visible once the recovery period has passed.

  • Convalescence After Blepharoplasty

    This procedure is generally not very painful.

    Edema (swelling), bruising, and tearing may occur for a relatively short period (4 to 7 days). Cold compresses can be used to alleviate the swelling.

    Occasionally, dry eyes and sensitivity to light may appear during the first few days. A moisturizing eye drop can help relieve these symptoms.

    An eye infection (conjunctivitis) may occur more rarely and will be treated with antibiotic eye drops.

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Blepharoplasty plastie - by Dr Ergin Er

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    Definition and Objectives

    A complete blepharoplasty involves both the lower and upper eyelids. It aims to correct drooping upper eyelids as well as fine lines and swelling, similar to dark circles, on the lower eyelids.

  • Diagnosis

    This procedure treats drooping upper eyelids and improves the appearance of fine lines and swelling similar to dark circles on the lower eyelid.

  • Anesthesia

    Complete blepharoplasties are generally performed under general anesthesia, especially when carried out in conjunction with other facial surgical procedures, such as a facelift. However, procedures limited to the upper or lower eyelids can often be offered under local anesthesia, allowing for outpatient recovery. This multidisciplinary approach allows for optimizing aesthetic results while minimizing recovery time.

  • Results

    The effects of the complete blepharoplasty are immediately visible once the recovery period is over. This procedure rejuvenates and revitalizes your look by eliminating signs of fatigue and aging.

  • Recovery

    This procedure is generally not very painful.

    Swelling (edema), bruising, and tearing may appear for a relatively short period (4 to 7 days). To alleviate swelling, the use of cold compresses is recommended.

    You may experience dry eyes or sensitivity to light during the first days following the operation. In this case, moisturizing eye drops can relieve these symptoms.

    In rare cases, an eye infection (conjunctivitis) may occur and will be effectively treated with antibiotic eye drops.

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    Upper or Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

    Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic surgery aimed at rejuvenating the appearance of the eyes by removing excess skin, fat, or muscle from the eyelids. Depending on the patient's needs, this procedure can be performed on the upper eyelids to eliminate a "droopy" appearance, or on the lower eyelids to reduce bags and dark circles. Each variant aims to give the eyes a fresh, well-rested look.

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