As you grow older, the eyelids get stretched, and the muscles responsible for supporting the eyelids become weakened. This may result in extra fat accumulating around your eyelids and cause sagging eyebrows, bags under the eyes, and dropped upper lids while lessening your side vision. With Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery), you can get rid of excess tissue from your upper eyelids and can improve your vision. Lower and upper lid blepharoplasty can revive your eyes to look fresh and younger than ever besides being more attentive.
Blepharoplasty, typically known as eyelid surgery, is meant to treat dangling eyelids that may be responsible for ageing your face. The skin encircling our eyes is the most fragile in our bodies, and ageing tends to begin to appear around our eyes making it difficult to apply eye make-up. Serious cases of eyelid ptosis mean that a patient’s field of vision is hindered.
At Aesthetics International, we offer eyelid surgery. This treatment is performed by top-of-the-line and highly experienced doctors. They are professionally trained to perform a range of extensive plastic surgeries, including eyelid surgery, to ensure the outcome meets the expectations of our patients. This makes us the best choice for Eyelid Surgery in Dubai!
Cosmetic eyelid surgery is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures. Statistics show that more than one hundred thousand people undergo blepharoplasty every year. It offers many benefits. Some of these include:
Those who are in the best state of health and have a true idea of the type of eyelid surgery make for ideal candidates for this surgery. It is mostly suitable for people who are 35 years or even older. However, in case droopy eyelids or baggy eyelids start appearing earlier, you may get this surgery before you have reached 35. Generally, you can get eyelid surgery if:
During the initial consultation, the doctor will go through any questions or concerns you may have about your procedure. They will also go through associated risks. During your in-depth consultation, you will have the ability to see what your eyelid procedure results will look like with an advanced system called the Crisalix 3D Imaging software. The 3D image is created with a specialized camera.
Blepharoplasty generally involves the removal of extra skin or fat from upper as well as lower eyelids, thus reviving a renewed look and offering the eyes an extra plump and young outlook.
The process is conducted with local sedation and anesthesia. To reduce visibility, incisions are always made around natural skin folds and creases. Once the incisions are in position, extra skin and fat are peeled away, and fine hems are used to cover the gaps. The “transconjunctival” eyelid surgery deals solely with the disposal of excess fat, no stitches are used.
The doctor may apply one of these two surgery techniques:
An incision is placed along the natural crease of the upper eyelid & excess eyelid skin and fat are removed to restore the eyelids to a more youthful aesthetic. The upper eyelid muscles are repositioned as necessary, tightening the upper eyelids.
In lower eyelid surgery, an incision is made below the lash line or inside the eyelid, commonly known as the transconjunctival approach. This incision is created to reposition fat that causes puffiness and tighten the lower eyelid.
After the process, no bandages are applied, and stitches, when they are used, are generally discarded within four days. It’s noticed that most blepharoplasty patients are up and about in just one or two days of the process.
The surgery will generally last between 45 minutes to 2 hours, dependent upon whether you are having other procedures take place at the same time, or if you are combining both upper and lower eyelid surgery. Typically, tightness in the eyelid region & difficulty closing your eyes, blurry vision, dry eyes, and itchy eyes are all to be expected. Bruising and swelling is also normal, as the tissues and sensory nerves heal.
It is recommended to take all medications as prescribed by the clinic and continue to keep your head elevated, even during sleeping. You will have to avoid lifting, straining, and bending down to pick things up for up to 4 weeks after eyelid surgery and you must protect your eyes from sun and wind. Generally, patients feel ready to return to desk jobs 10 – 14 days post-surgery.
This incredible cosmetic procedure rectifies bruised or ageing skin, along with other important tissues, surrounding the eyes. The outcomes are always long-lasting, although the true length of time will be dependent on what kind of process you experience. While there generally is little pain involved in this kind of treatment, there can be bruising or swelling. Generally, patients can resume their public life in 10-14 days till completely healed.
Eyelid surgery is not painful because of the use of anesthesia. Besides facing minimal discomfort on the surgery day, you'll have a fast recovery and you will witness the results very smoothly. So the process isn't very uncomfortable at all.
Your eyelid may remain bulged for 1 to 3 weeks post-surgery. However, most people feel ready to go out in public and get returned to work in about 10 to 14 days.
An eyelift usually takes almost 2 hours if both upper, as well as lower eyelids, are done together. Your consultant will most likely make use of anesthesia (a painkiller insinuated around the eye) in combination with oral sedation.
Usually, there are no side effects attributed to this treatment. But, you may feel dull or double vision with dry eyes, droopy eyelids, corneal irritation, excessive tearing, asymmetrical eyelids & difficulty closing the eyes.
While many individuals return to work 1 to 2 weeks after blepharoplasty, it may take a few weeks for your swelling to fully fade out. You should be able to witness your final results in about 4 to 6 weeks after your surgery.
Like miscellaneous surgical as well as non-surgical procedures, the cost of Dubai blepharoplasty differs depending on many elements, such as the skin condition, number of sessions required, the clinic, etc. It is essential to get a quote during the consultation session for a deep understanding of the cost of this treatment.