Getting To Know Blepharoplasty Surgery
Every year thousands of people opt for plastic surgery to improve their facial beauty. The plastic surgery carried on a person can be of many types like for eyes, nose, eyebrows lips etc. Based on the part undergoing surgery each are named differently. Blepharoplasty Surgery is the plastic surgery carried out for the eyes. Most people nowadays suffer from droopy eyelids, puffiness around the eyes etc due to tension and sleepless nights of work they undergo. This can affect the beauty of a person's face adversely. Blepharoplasty Surgery is a method by which a person can remove these and make the person look younger. The Blepharoplasty Surgery has to be done under the strict supervision of a dermatological surgeon who has a very good experience in this field.
Usually the Blepharoplasty Surgery process can be carried out within a matter of few hours. It is very essential that the patient understands the working of the surgical process. The doctor must be capable of explaining to the patient the procedure, the after effects and the questions asked by the patient regarding the operation. In Blepharoplasty Surgery the fat deposits and excess skin from the lower and the upper eyelids are removed to give the eye a firmer look and refreshed appearance. People with circulatory and ophthalmological ailments are to take the direction of their physician before operation. Complete medical checkup before the operation is a requirement for the well being of the patient.
Consulting a dermatologic surgeon or plastic surgeon before the Blepharoplasty Surgery is a must. This is because they can guide the patient as to if the operation is required or not, if it can provide the required result on the patient and if the patient is viable to ant serious side effects after the operation. The patient also has to agree to some post and pre operative treatments for better results. The plastic surgeon can also help the person decide if any complementary surgery like eyebrow lift is required along with the Blepharoplasty Surgery for improved result. These complementary treatments can often result in reduced wrinkles and firm facial muscles.
The upper eyelid surgery is carried out by making a fine incision along the creases of the lids to hide the scars as far as possible. Through this incision the excess fat and skin are removed. During removal of excess skin and fat from the lower eyelid the incision is made in the lower eyelid. The incision is later sutured; this is usually visible to the eye. The sutures made are self dissolving and do not leave a scar or need not be removed later on. After the operation ointments are provided to prevent dryness around the eye area. Commonly swelling and bruising are seen in patients but this can be removed to an extent by cold compress. The discomfort which a patient faces after the operation can be avoided by using the medication provided by the patients. In some cases after the operation bleeding in the sockets are seen, this is mainly because of removal of excess fat from the eye area. This can be prevented by using an experienced surgeon for the Blepharoplasty Surgery.