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Upper Blepharoplasty

One of the first areas of the face to age is frequently the upper eyelids. Patients frequently claim that they look sad, exhausted, or irritated when their upper eyelids are drooping. Fortunately, upper eyelid blepharoplasty has one of the highest patient satisfaction ratings of any facial cosmetic treatment.

Should I Get Upper-lid Blepharoplasty Done?

In addition to asking you about your concerns with your upper eyelids, Dr. Artur may also ask you to discuss other, closely connected parts of your face, such as your skin tone or brow position, while your appointment for upper eyelid surgery. You’ll probably be asked by Dr. Artur to describe in detail what you want to get modified. The key to successful outcomes is being able to pinpoint specifically what needs to be changed!
After that, Dr. Artur will inspect your eyelids to identify precisely what has to be fixed for the best outcomes. Almost all patients need to have some extra skin from their upper eyelids removed. Additionally, some patients could need their excess fat removed, their missing fat replaced, or their eyebrows subtly repositioned. Dr. Artur will spend some time going over these possibilities with you to ensure they match your individual aesthetic objectives.

What is the Procedure for Upper Blepharoplasty?

When you get there, you’ll be made to lie properly on your back with pillows under your neck and behind your legs. The placement of noninvasive blood pressure and oxygen monitors on your arm and finger, as well as the application of massaging air-filled stockings to your legs and thighs to promote optimum flow while you are lying down. Most patients genuinely like and find comfort in these stockings. Your upper pupils will then be gradually, delicately numbed with local anesthesia as the sedative takes effect, and sterile cloths will be wrapped over your face and neck. Before you wake up, the procedure would have been carried out.

Recovery & Results

With eyelid surgery, pain is typically minimal or nonexistent. Most people take Paracetamol or nothing at all, and during the first few days, you’ll be instructed to keep your head elevated and use intermittent cold compresses.
At this time, you will only be somewhat swelled and bruised. Lower eyelid surgery does not require the use of bandages, and the majority of patients won’t have any sutures or obvious scars. Usually, the pinkness disappears within 3–4 months. Lower eyelid surgery is one of the most long-lasting facial cosmetic treatments, albeit the longevity of results is dependent on many factors such as lifestyle, genetics, and sun protection.
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