Eyelid Lift Before and After


If you suffer from excess eyelid skin or bags, an eyelid lift could be worth exploring as an anti-aging treatment option. Although an eyelid lift won’t wholly reverse signs of aging around the eyes, an eyelid lift may help mitigate signs of aging in this area. Have the Best information about لیفت پلک.

Ptosis surgery works by tightening up the muscles used to raise your eyelid, which often becomes loose with age and loosens as you do so. It may also improve your vision.

Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty

Excess skin on the eyelids is one of the more visible effects of aging, often leaving eyes looking tired and sad while impairing vision. A blepharoplasty procedure can remove this extra skin to make eyes look younger and refreshed while tightening loose muscles and ligaments to improve vision. When combined with a brow lift, an upper eyelid lift provides complete rejuvenation of facial features.

Lower eyelids may show signs of aging with bags, dark circles, and wrinkles. A blepharoplasty procedure can smooth out this transition by eliminating these lines to create a more youthful appearance and address age-related muscle weakness in drooping lower lids. An external incision or transconjunctival approach may be utilized depending on individual patients.

Patients looking for a more rejuvenated face may undergo this procedure to reduce signs of early aging around their eyes, including drooping upper eyelids that can obscure vision. It can be performed alone or combined with other procedures like brow lifting or facial fillers for complete rejuvenation of the face.

Cosmetic upper blepharoplasty involves making small incisions on each eyelid to remove excess skin and fat, with suturing being completed by small incisions made through small incisions made under local anesthesia or mild sedative, taking around 30-40 minutes in total. Sometimes, fat can also be released or repositioned so as to define its natural contour better.

Patients will spend some time in a recovery room before returning home for postoperative healing. In addition to avoiding alcohol and drugs that cause bleeding, patients should also refrain from rubbing the region and applying cold packs to decrease swelling and bruises. A follow-up appointment will be scheduled with their surgeon in order to make sure all is going as planned with healing.

Upper and Lower Brow Lift

As we age, eyelid muscles weaken, causing the skin to stretch and droop over the eyelids, creating heavy upper eyelids and bags under your eyes that make you appear tired or angry. Dr. Biesman provides safe and successful blepharoplasty surgery because sagging eyelids can impair eyesight by limiting peripheral vision. By safely removing extra skin and fat, upper and lower eyelid lift operations can restore young alertness.

Age-related descent and sagging of the outer part of your eyebrows can be efficiently corrected with an inferior brow lift. This technique involves short surgical incisions inside your hairline that lift and contour your brow before being closed with sutures and clips that can be removed in the office.

Patients over 60 who have more severe forehead drooping and frown lines—which frequently show up as forehead sagginess or frown lines—are usually candidates for traditional open brow lifts. The procedure requires either making two half-inch scalp incisions on either side or utilizing an extended scar that extends almost to your ears (Figure 3).

Under general anesthesia or sedation, this outpatient operation will leave you comfortable and pain-free and can be completed swiftly and painlessly. Any bruises and swelling typically resolve themselves within a week; regular activities can resume within days; vigorous physical exercise should be avoided for six weeks post-op.

Smoking should be avoided before and during recovery to increase blood flow to the skin and hasten healing. Certain medications or herbal supplements that increase bleeding or cause complications should also be discontinued. Also, make arrangements with someone to drive you directly from surgery and to stay with you on the first night after.

Upper and Lower Ptosis Repair

Ptosis repair is a surgical procedure to enhance both the appearance of your eyelids and the quality of vision. This surgery corrects an eye condition called Ptosis, whereby the upper eyelid droops down onto the pupil and may obscure normal vision, impacting children and adults alike. Ptosis typically arises with age but may also result from trauma, recent eyelid swelling or surgeries performed, long-term contact lens use, or contact lens wear.

Ptosis surgery differs from cosmetic upper blepharoplasty in that it primarily serves to improve your vision quality. We perform it by tightening levator muscles or adding a frontalis sling, both of which work to lift eyelids. We can achieve it either externally from behind your eyelid or through an incision at either of its creases, leaving no scar. Frontalis slings may be constructed of autologous fascia lata, preserved fascia lata, or silicone thread slings slings.

As with any surgery, there are risks associated with ptosis surgery that should be considered, but these tend to be minimal. Bleeding and infection are relatively unlikely but could occur. Most patients will experience bruising and swelling, which will gradually go away over the first several weeks after surgery.

Our doctors are experienced at performing ptosis repair surgery with incredible results. This procedure restores normal eye positioning and removes the “heavy” look of your face for a more youthful and refreshed appearance. Furthermore, your field of vision improves considerably, making reading and viewing the world around you easier – in some instances, this surgery may even be covered by insurance as a medical necessity rather than a cosmetic procedure.

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