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What is eyelid surgery?

Your eyes are often the first thing people notice about you and are an important aspect of your overall appearance. As we age, the tone and shape of our eyelids can loosen and sag. Heredity and sun exposure also contribute to this process. This excess, puffy or lax skin can make you appear more tired or older than you are.

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What eyelid surgery can treat?

Specifically, eyelid surgery can treat:

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Usually procedures include Upper Blepharoplasty, Lower Blepharoplasty and Upper and Lower blepharoplasty both.

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Eyelid surgery risks and safety information

The decision to have surgery is personal, and you’ll have to decide if it will achieve your goals, and if the potential risks of eyelid surgery are acceptable.

Be sure you understand the surgery and recuperation completely, and don’t hesitate to ask your plastic surgeon questions.

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Eyelid surgery recovery

Initial healing may include some swelling, bruising, irritation or dry eyes, and discomfort that can be controlled with medication, cold compresses, and ointment. Irritation at the incision sites is also possible.

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Eyelid surgery candidates

Remember that the eyelids are part of the face. The appearance of a drooping upper lid may also be due to relaxation of the forehead skin and eyebrow. Sometimes a drooping eyelid is caused by stretching of one of the upper eyelid muscles, the levator.

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