Blefaroplasty (Eyelid surgery)

Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure used to correct skin excess in the eyelids and/or eye bags which give a tired and aging effect; however, there are many people who decide to undergo this procedure to clear their sight, which many times is reduced by the "fallen eyelid" effect.
The purpose of this surgical procedure is to achieve a younger and fresher appearance. The resulting scar is usually not visible. In the lower eyelid, an incision may be done at the level of the eyelashes or either in the inner surface (transconjunctival blepharoplasty).
This surgery is performed in an hour, with local anaesthesia and sedation; it does not require hospitalization and the patient must rest in bed for 24 hours, using ice and camomile tea compresses.
Stitches are removed 4 days after and the operation bruises are likely to appear, although they will fade away over time.

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