Eyelid Correction (Blepharoplasty)

The eyes are the most outstanding part of your face. With age and genetic predisposition, our eyelids droop and weaken, which forms bags and bulges under the eyes. Do not let tiredness be your only expression. Highly qualified doctors at Alpha Medic General Hospital can help restore the shine in your eyes.

Contact our hospital to get a free consultation with a doctor to determine if eyelid surgery is the right solution for you. Surgical correction is the most effective solution, but it is important to take into consideration the general health of the patient in order to determine if there is a possible allergy or thyroid disorder, which can also provoke a characteristic appearance of the eyes. Patients who undergo eyelid surgery are generally those with clearly visible signs of aging and who are dissatisfied with the aesthetic appearance of the their eyes.

Blepharoplasty, commonly known as eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is used to improve the aesthetic appearance of the eyes and to deliver a more youthful appearance. The process may require the removal of excess skin, fat and atrophied muscle, and can be applied to both the upper and lower eyelids.The surgeon carefully selects incision points in order to make sure that there will be no visible scaring.

Post-operative procedure

Following surgery you can expect some pain in the area around the eyes, which will be alleviated by prescription painkillers. Bruising will occur and usually lasts from two to four weeks. Your doctor will respond promptly to any requests or questions you may have during your recovery. You will need to take care of your eyes during recovery, which includes limiting physical effort. Ice packs will significantly reduce swelling and discomfort. Watching television and reading will be possible three days after surgery, while most patients return to regular daily activities about ten days following surgery. The results of a successful blepharoplasty will last a long time, and for many patients are permanent.