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● Abdominoplasty ● Augmentation Rhinoplasty ● Blepharoplastry ● Brachioplasty (Arm Lift) ● Breast Augmentation ● Breast Lift ● Breast Reduction ● Chin Augmentation ● Ear Tuck Surgery (Otoplasty) ● Facelift ● Forehead Lift / Brow Lift (Classical or Endoscopic) ● Liposuction ● Neck Lift ● Reduction Rhinoplasty ● Teeth Whitening
Length of the Procedure:
|1 hour (Upper OR Lower) / 2 hours (Upper & Lower)|
|Type of Anesthesia:||Local Anesthesia|
|Recovery:||Back to work: 7 – 10 days (normal activities)
Can wear contact lens after 1 to 2 weeks
||Complete Blood Count, Bleeding time, Clotting time (Pro time)|
||No Alcohol, Vitamin E, Aspirin (and other blood thinners), Herbal drugs & teas.|
||Suture removal 4 to 5 days after|
What is Blepharoplasty?
- Blepharoplasty, also known as Eyelid surgery, is a procedure that removes fat along with excess skin and muscle from the upper and lower eyelids, resulting in a more alert and youthful look. This can be performed on the upper or lower lids, or on all four at the same time.
Who are best candidates for Blepharoplasty?
- Men and women with puffy eyelids, excess skin and fat in the eyelid area
What to expect?
- Temporary excessive tearing
- Occasional double vision
- Temporary light sensitivity
- Swelling and discoloration for 1 week
What are the risks?
- Any surgical procedure carries certain risks and possible complications. Your surgeon will discuss these risks with you during your consultation.
Some of the potential complications are:
- Ecchymoses (black & blue)
- Temporary eyelid retraction
Rare risk of blindness due to bleeding