Eyelid & Brow Lift
Why Get an Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid surgery can target a number of issues. Of these, it can treat loose or sagging skin that creates excess folds or disturbs the natural contour of the upper eyelid. This can occasionally lead to impairment of vision. It can also assist with things such as fatty deposits that appear as puffiness in the eyelids as well as bags under the eyes. With regards to the lower eyelid, it can also fix drooping lower eyelids that allow white to be revealed below the iris in addition to excess skin and fine wrinkles.
What to Expect
Face lifts can be performed in either a hospital or in an outpatient surgical facility. They are either done with sedation and local anesthesia or general anesthesia. The procedure itself involves elevating the skin and tightening the underlying tissues and muscles. During the procedure, fat may be removed, sculpted, or redistributed, and skin is then The surgeon will either utilize local anesthesia and sedation to leave you awake but numb during the procedure or general anesthesia to leave you completely asleep. After the anesthesia is applied, the doctor makes the incision strategically so as to conceal the resultant scar within the natural creases of the eyelid. Through this incision, the doctor can then removal or reposition fat deposits, tighten muscles, and remove excess skin. Once the surgery is complete, the doctor closes the incision with sutures or skin glue. Sutures are then typically removed within a week.
Patients may see swelling, bruising, irritation, dry eyes, and discomfort in the initial stages of healing, but this can be mitigated with medication, cold compresses, and ointment. Your doctor will advise that you refrain from allowing sunlight to touch your eyes after surgery and they will recommend darkly tinted sunglasses until the healing process is complete.
Why Get an Eyebrow Lift
An eyebrow lift may be right for you depending on an array of different concerns. For instance, your goals for your appearance, your medical history, and your current prescription medications. Your surgeon will be able to tell you if you would be better off getting an eyebrow lift or an eyelid surgery. While the surgeries may seem similar, they deal with different parts of the face and, as such, will give you different results. You want to make sure that you choose the right surgery for your particular concerns.
What to Expect
Similar to an eyelid surgery, your surgeon will either select general anesthesia or sedation. After this has been done, the doctor will then make the incision through which they will arrange the tissue and fat as is necessary. Once this is done, they will close the incision with either sutures, skin adhesive, or special clips.
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