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   Blepharoplasty is the medical name for eyelid surgery; being a surgical type of facial rejuvenation procedures, the operation aims to treat droopy eyelids to achieve a better aesthetic and youthful look.

   The baggy look of eyelids can be caused from genetic structure as well as aging; deformities on eyelids can make the patients look older than they are and as if they are very tired.

   Eyelid surgery has a success rate of %90; the easy process and effective results attract people suffering from droopy eyelids to surgery.

How is blepharoplasty performed?

   Blepharoplasty is usually demanded for upper eyelids; however, the operation is very successful on treating the lower eyelids as well.

   Blepharoplasty is performed under local anesthesia; patients feel no pain or discomfort while procedure is being done.

   During the operation, the excess skin, fat and other tissues are removed and the remaining tissues are re-arranged through small incisions which are made in the natural lines of your eyelids or inside the eyelids depending on the technique to achieve better concealment after the surgery.

   The operation takes around 2 hours if both lower and upper eyelids are operated.

Recovery period of blepharoplasty

   Blepharoplasty has a relatively easier recovery period; in some cases, patients can spend a night in the hospital but it is not always necessary.

   Ice packs may be advised by your surgeon to be applied on the area to reduce the temporary side effects after the operation.

   Mild pain and swelling are the most common side effects of the operation however they disappear completely in a few weeks. Your surgeon may prescribe you with suitable medication to minimize the side effects and smoothen the recovery. To control swelling, you are recommended to rest your head in elevated position.

   Bruising, sensitivity and blurry vision are other natural and temporary side effects of the operation.

   Wearing make-up and contact lenses should be refrained for 2-3 weeks.

Who can have blepharoplasty?

   Blepharoplasty is usually demanded by people who are over 35; however, it can be performed for younger patients as well, if it is found necessary by the surgeon.

   Patients who look for blepharoplasty should be in a good state of physical and mental health. Realistic expectations are very important; details about the patient’s medical condition and the expectations should be discussed in a consultation in advance.

   Eyelid surgery gives permanent results; when combining this with easy recovery and the high success rate of the results, the procedure has been found worth having by many patients.

Blepharoplasty costs

   Blepharoplasty cost may change depending on the number of eyelids to be treated and also what the treatment package includes; medical centers design inclusive treatment packages for international patients and the details of these packages can affect the final price of the treatment.

   For further information on blepharoplasty, please go to Clinic Mono offers very affordable and all-inclusive blepharoplasty treatment packages. In order to book your surgery with the privileges of Clinic Mono, please fill out the consultation form and initiate your blepharoplasty journey with an online consultation.

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