blepharoplasty (also called eyelid surgery or eyelid lift) is an aesthetic surgery technique created to remove or tighten saggy eye skin, drooping eyelids, and puffy bags around the eyes, reaching a smoother, more taut and youth appearance. Even can change the shape of the eye.
Why I need eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)?
generally your eyes are the first thing people notice when they look at you,
and are a significant aspect of facial appearance.
Over the years the shape and look of our eyelids can loosen and sag, and subsequently this puffiness or saggy skin can make you look tired or older
than you are, and sometimes block vision.
Blepharoplasty surgery is performed to get rid of excess fat or skin and can solve the aforementioned problems and improve appearance of eyes.
How does blepharoplasty proedure performed?
eyelid surgery could performed under intravenous sedation or general anesthesia, and our doctors will recommend the best choice for your comfort during the surgical procedure.
After the anesthesia is applied the incision lines for eyelid surgery will be designed by your surgeon so the resultant scars will be well hidden within the natural structures of the eyelid region.
The eyelid will be corrected through a cut inside the natural wrinkle on the eyelid skin.
This allows for removal or repositioning of fat, tightening of muscles, and saggy skin.
Eyelid incisions will be closed by surgical tape and removable sutures
Recovery time of Eyelid surgery
Patients that have blepharoplasty usually get stitches removed after 3 days and the steri-strip (pieces of tape) in a Week.
Most patients get back to job within 8-10 days. Usually you can put make-up at Day 8.
Your surgeon will give you specific instructions include how to care of your eyes, and as much as you follow your plastic surgeon you will reach better results.
Eyelid surgery cost
Blepharoplasty or Eyelid surgery cost in turkey is vary according to the plastic surgeon’s experience, and the type of technique used.
And procedure price is usually contain (Surgeon’s fee, Hospital facility costs, Anesthesia fees, Prescriptions for medication, and