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The goal of facial aesthetics is to change undesirable facial structures brought on by aging or, less frequently, structural traumas (such as accidents or surgeries) into a more pleasing form while preserving the patient's unique expression and characteristics.


The organ on our face that reflects us the most are our eyes. They make our age and emotional state instantly apparent. In order to preserve the expression, cosmetic procedures involving the eyes should be designed with the face's overall shape and character in mind.

Almond eye aesthetics is to direct the eye axis upward in suitable patients; eyebrow lifting is to position the eyebrows, often around the eyes; lower blepharoplasty is for lower eyelids with bagging and skin accumulation; and upper blepharoplasty is an aesthetic surgery to correct drooping upper eyelids with skin and fat accumulation through aging.


The cosmetic procedure for the upper eyelids is known as upper blepharoplasty. It is advised to have an upper blepharoplasty to give the eyes a younger, more lively appearance in contrast to aging or structurally low eyes.

Before Upper Blepharoplasty

The patient is assessed prior to upper blepharoplasty surgery during the consultation. Ptosis, or the mechanical droop of the eyelid, or age-related skin and fat accumulation could be the cause of the droopy appearance of the eyelids. The patient's eyelid mobility is assessed.

When a patient is unable to raise their eyelid sufficiently, ptosis surgery is added to their upper blepharoplasty. Frequently, levator surgery is performed. Patients seeking upper eyelid aesthetics (blepharoplasty) may also be asked to see an ophthalmologist or endocrinologist, if appropriate.

During Upper Blepharoplasty

If the patient is only to have an upper blepharoplasty, the procedure can only be scheduled in an operating room while the patient is under local anesthesia.

Patients can be discharged the same day from a local anesthetic upper blepharoplasty procedure. Lower blepharoplasty and other facial aesthetic procedures are frequently combined with upper blepharoplasty procedures.

Following an upper blepharoplasty

After an upper blepharoplasty, bruising and edema are possible. Patients typically return to their daily routines and jobs in a week.


A procedure to correct the lower eyelids is called a lower blepharoplasty. The lower eyelid's bagged appearance is the most frequent cause. Lower blepharoplasty is performed to remove wrinkles, bagging, loose skin, and extra fat from the lower eyelids.

Before Lower Blepharoplasty

The lower eyelid loosens and changes in skin tone with age. In the lower eyelid, wrinkles develop. Oil bumps could show through. There is an enlarging or sagging appearance on the lower eyelid. For these patients, a lower blepharoplasty is advised for a younger appearance.

The patient who is scheduled for a lower blepharoplasty has a pre-operative consultation during which the patient's problems are identified. Notes are made regarding the lower eyelid's position, axis, tone, excess skin, and the presence or absence of oil bags and dark colored rings.

During Lower Blepharoplasty

Under either local or general anesthesia, a lower blepharoplasty can be scheduled. General anesthesia should be chosen if the issue is widespread or if multiple procedures, such as an upper blepharoplasty, mid-face lift, face lift, or face fat injection, need to be done in the same session. An incision made through the eyelid or at the base of the lashes can be used for the surgery.

After the lower eyelid surgery

Bruising and edema could develop following a lower blepharoplasty. It should pass in a week or ten days. Following surgery, a cold procedure is advised. Severe exercise should be avoided for three weeks following lower blepharoplasty.

You use the eye drops or pomades that your doctor prescribed after the surgery. The lower eyelid's creases and bagging appearance disappear after the lower blepharoplasty. Patients appear younger.

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