Essay On Blepharoplasty

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Blepharoplasty

Many people develop the “tired eyes” look because of age or heredity. Most people refer to this condition as baggy eyelids, saggy eyelids, droopy eyelids and/or puffy eyelids. Excess skin and bulges of the upper and/or lower eyelids can cause a person to look tired, angry, or old.

The medical term for the procedure to improve puffy eyelids, droopy eyelids, eye bags or baggy eyelids is blepharoplasty. Non-medical individuals may call this procedure eyelid surgery, an eye lift, an eyelid lift, cosmetic eyelid surgery, surgery, or treatment for puffy eyelids.

Dr. Langsdon performs blepharoplasty to make the eyelids look more youthful under local and/or twilight anesthesia in which the patient does not require gas anesthesia in the hospital. In our clinic, the patient usually has no feelings or awareness during the blepharoplasty procedure. In fact, most of our patients tell us that blepharoplasty is a painless process, and that they have no pain after the procedure.

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Eventually, they will begin to soften and lighten in color. Incision scars usually blend nicely with skin creases over time.

Generally, people, young and old, can have blepharoplasty.

The blepharoplasty procedure takes about an hour to complete. In addition, eyelid surgery is minimally invasive, requires little time off from work, and is easy to perform. Bruising and swelling are usually minimal when blepharoplasty patients follow the Langsdon Clinic post treatment instructions.

A blepharoplasty cannot pull out fine lines or wrinkles. These may require neuromodulators such as Botox® and skin creams like the FaceMD™ skin care system, laser treatments or chemical peels. As we age, the skin thins so much that the removal of wrinkles around the lids becomes difficult. This is due to the lack of skin thickness, elasticity, or hydration left in the

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