sounds a bit scary and complicated but it’s a very common eyelid
surgery. It’s done for both cosmetic and medical reasons on both
upper and lower eyelids. It’s a relatively easy surgery more common
among women who want to achieve a younger, more rejuvenated and
rested look by getting rid of extra skin and adipocyte fat that can
give you that baggy look around the eyes with aging.
Eyelid Surgery Types
There’s quite a
few types of eyelid surgeries out there. You might’ve heard a lot
about eyelifts or perhaps you’ve come across double eyelid surgery
that’s very common in certain Asian countries. There are also
corrective eyelid surgeries that help patients get rid of unwanted
bumps and lumps, improve faulty eyelids to help them function
correctly and others. In general you can split all eye surgeries into
two categories: functional and cosmetic.
Functional Eyelid Surgeries
surgeries are those that are done to correct a defect or improve ones
vision. These are surgeries that are needed for a medical reason to
improve the health and quality of a patient’s life. Conditions such
as ectropion, entropion, ptosis, eyelid tumors, benign cysts and
lumps require a functional eyelid surgery.
Cosmetic Eyelid Surgeries
surgeries are generally done for aesthetic purposes, in order to
improve one’s appearance. Blepharoplasty is the most common eyelid
surgery. It’s a cosmetic procedure in which unwanted skin and fat
is removed from the upper or lower eyelid. The natural eye creases
will hide the small scars that eventually fade. The result is
generally a younger, fresher look.
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