What is the objective of a blepharoplasty?
The objective of blepharoplasty is to improve the appearance of the eyelids , both upper and lower, in addition to reducing the bags in the eyes , which give a tired look and aging to the look .
What is the intervention?
The intervention is performed with local anesthesia and sedation and consists of removing the excess skin of the upper eyelids and the fatty bags formed in both eyelids.
How long does it last?
The intervention is usually performed in about an hour and the patient's hospital admission is not necessary.
How long does it take the patient to rejoin the daily activity?
After the surgery, the stitches are usually removed in 5 to 7 days and a small bruise may remain for 3 or 4 more days.. The patient can be incorporated into daily life in a period of time between 7 and 10 days.
Can discomfort or vision problems appear?
Usually no problems appear in the vision although it is advisable to wear sunglasses during the first days.
What results are obtained after the intervention?
The results obtained allow to give a younger look to the eyes and the ocular environment by eliminating the appearance of tired eyes.