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Blepharoplasty

Aesthetic Blepharoplasty is cosmetic surgical procedure which removes excess skin and fat (which comprise the tightening the muscle and wrinkles of the eyelids), thus removing aged appearance, the look of tired eyes and raising fallen eyebrows.

Preoperative considerations
Emotional state is one of the most important factors to be established before any aesthetic surgery. After you were examined, the surgeon will expose and explain a multitude of other factors that influence your decision, such as: age, skin condition and other medical considerations. On young people, Blepharoplasty for instance is used to remove fat tissue, on the other hand older people use it lose the skin tone and the excess of it. During a consultation, the surgeon will expose all the specific details of your case, including surgical procedure to be used, type of anesthesia recommended. Also, you will discuss other details which include the risks that must be taken into account before choosing blepharoplasty. Each year thousands of blepharoplasty operations are carried out and the potential risks and specific complications associated to it in the Postoperative period such as hematoma and other side effects can be observed.

Surgical procedure
Blepharoplasty is used usually to remove excess skin, tighten the muscles, lifting the external corner of the eye or in some instances is the same procedure for lifting the eyebrows down. Exact location of the incisions will be chosen based on considerations of the surgeon. This can be done so under local anesthesia and under general anesthesia. Blepharoplasty surgery usually is performed from the upper eyelid and ending with the lower. In both areas compartments, subjacent fat will be removed by making incisions on both eyelids according to natural skin lines and folds. Generally, they can extend the natural creases in the outer edge of the eye. Through these incisions the surgeon separates the tissues underneath the skin, thus the fat layer and a part of the excess skin is removed. The type of suture is chosen according to surgeon's decision. Once cured suture (thin as a hair) will be hard visible, especially after 6 to 8 weeks. Immediately after surgery, wet compresses on the eyes will be applied. This type of surgery may take 1 to 2 hours or even more, it all depends of the magnitude.

Postoperative recovery
After the surgery, you will feel unpleasant burning sensations. If there is a slight pain, it can be controlled with medication. You will be recommended to hold your head high and the application of cold compresses will contribute to reducing of swelling and bruising. You need to use drops (eye instillations), for several days. Eyelids tend to regain the original color and 5-7 days after surgery, the suture threads are removed, swelling and blue-black color will alleviate bruising and marks can easily be covered with makeup. Other short-term postoperative effects are excessive tearing and sensitivity to bright light. The next day after surgery, you may go home, but the recommendations of the surgeon must be completely fulfilled. To allow a fast healing, avoid excessive effort and leaning for 2 -3 weeks. To protect eyes from sun and wind, you should wear sunglasses. Integration into your normal activities depends on how fast the healing process evolves and also how you feel.


Steps

  • Fotografierea pacientului inainte de de efectuarea interventiei chirurgicale
  • Expunerea vizuala a actualei si viitoarei imagini / trasarea liniilor viitoare ale procedurii operatorii
  • Consultatia post operatorie
  • Fotografierea pacientului post operator (activitate fotografica)
  • Asezarea in pagina a imaginii pacientului ante si post operator
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