What Is Eyelid Surgery?
Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure that removes excess skin, fat, and muscle from the upper and/or lower eyelids to improve their appearance. This procedure aims to create a more youthful, refreshed, and vibrant appearance by correcting droopy or saggy eyelids, reducing under-eye bags, and improving the overall contour of the eyes.
At The One Clinic, we use advanced techniques such as laser, radiofrequency, or ultrasound to perform eyelid surgery with minimal incisions and faster recovery time. In addition, our skilled surgeons can tailor the procedure to the patient’s specific needs, whether an upper eyelid lift, lower eyelid lift, or both.
Eyelid surgery can help patients achieve a more youthful, rested, and alert look by removing the signs of aging, such as wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin. Additionally, in some cases, drooping eyelids obstruct vision and cause discomfort or strain. Eyelid surgery can correct this issue and improve the quality of life. Furthermore, by rejuvenating the appearance of the eyes, eyelid surgery can increase self-esteem and confidence in social and professional settings.
Generally, candidates for eyelid surgery are people in their 30s or older, but the procedure can be performed on younger patients with hereditary eyelid conditions.
Most patients can return to work and normal activities within a week or two, depending on the extent of the procedure.
At The One Clinic, we provide personalized care and support to ensure our patients have a comfortable and smooth recovery process. Our team of experts will guide you through every step of the way and answer any questions or concerns you may have.
general or local anesthesia
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I know if I need Blepharoplasty
if you are experiencing heaviness of the upper eyelids that is blocking vision or makes your eyelids look aged, tired, or sad then upper blepharoplasty is an excellent option
How long do the results of eyelid surgery last?
The results of eyelid surgery can vary depending on the individual and the technique used, but most patients can expect the effects to last for several years or longer