What is Blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty is a surgical intervention done to treat blepharoptosis, an eye disorder in which your eyelids droop and bend down. It is done to treat vision problems and to remove excess skin, muscle, and fat.

How does Blepharoplasty help?

There are certain conditions which make blepharoplasty essential. Droopy eyelids, extra skin on the upper eyelids, falling of lower eyelids, and excess skin on your lower eyelid...

How is Blepharoplasty done?

What are the benefits and risks of Blepharoplasty procedure?

As any other medical procedure, there are also a few risks associated with this surgery, which a patient must be aware of. 

The Blepharoplasty surgery helps in treating sagging and drooping eyelids. Post the surgery, you will be likely to see a change in your appearance. Your eyes will look fresher, and appear more youthful. It can be a lifetime solution for many problems.

Common risks include infection and bleeding, itching in the eyes, scarring, eye muscle injury, temporary vision distortion, eyelid wrinkles, improper closing of the eyelid, and general risks associated with a surgery.

The condition may reoccur.

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