For aesthetics, eyes are the most important part of the face. The eyes represent the age of the individual and reflect his mood and mood, and unfortunately the eyes and eyelids show signs of aging earlier than other organs of the body. Plastic surgery of the eyelids, known as “blepharoplasty”, is used to remove excess skin, blisters and, in some cases, nerve repair, and the main purpose of this is to make the face of the person.Who is the candidate for cosmetic surgery?
The best candidates for eyelid surgery are those who are at least 35 years of age, and loosening and hanging the eyelids or puffs underneath the eye have caused unpleasant changes in their faces (in exceptional cases, younger people who have found the problems above can also be Surgery is required.) To perform surgery, it is necessary for the person to be healthy in general and not have any particular illness. One needs to have realistic and reasonable expectations about this practice and its results. In this regard, it is possible to see the images before and after the surgery of other people, and possibly consult with people who have already been surgically treated.
It should be noted that blepharoplasty does not improve:
Black rings around the eyes, wrinkles around the eyelid, between the two eyebrows and the forehead (for correcting these cases, Botox injection is a suitable method), and drooping eyebrows, which simultaneously require blepharoplasty or, separately, during another session.Pre-surgery measures
Precautionary ophthalmology is essential before surgery. Determining the visual acuity, checking the lacrimal layer, eye movement and eye and eye movement and sensory nerves, examining the condition of the eyebrows and their symmetry are some of the tests to be done.
The presence of a specific disease, drug allergy, or specific drug use should be reported to your doctor. It is necessary to discontinue blood thinners such as aspirin and the like, according to the physician’s opinion, from 10 days to 2 weeks before surgery.
Before the operation, the systemic condition of the person should be checked and blood tests performed. In the event of a diagnosis of a particular disease, it should be investigated and, if necessary, be advised by the relevant specialist and treated by the patient.
This surgery usually does not require hospitalization and is almost always done with local anesthesia. In very exceptional cases, surgery may be performed under general anesthesia, depending on the patient’s condition and, if the physician considers it appropriate.