The eyes are the face's main feature and significantly impact how your face looks as a whole. The entire front has a continuously fatigued or depressed appearance due to the bags under the eyes, the drooping, wrinkled layers of skin on the eyelids, and the sagging eyebrows.
By removing the fat and excess skin that cause these issues, cosmetic eyelid surgery can "brighten" the face and restore a youthful appearance. When other facial rejuvenation treatments, including a facelift, are being done, blepharoplasty is also frequently done.
To reduce puffiness and bagginess of the eyelids, the surgeon performs surgery on both the upper and lower eyelids. This involves removing extra skin and muscle and any subcutaneous fat responsible for these conditions. Incisions are concealed behind organic creases, beneath lash lines, or occasionally inside the lower eyelid if skin removal is not required.
The drooping of the eyebrows can often make the issue with the upper eyelid worse, necessitating a brow lift to address.
Because eyelid skin is generally thin, you should expect some swelling and black-and-blue discoloration after surgery. You can have brief light sensitivity, excessive weeping, or eye dryness. Consider wearing dark glasses for a few weeks to protect your eyes from wind and sun irritants and to prevent eye strain from extended reading or television viewing. Soon after your procedure, you can return to wearing cosmetics and contact lenses.
In India, Dr. Anup Dhir is regarded as a pioneer in cosmetic and aesthetic plastic surgery, and he has been profiled in prestigious periodicals like Vogue.
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