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Blepharoplasty is the procedure that restores the imperfections of both the upper and lower eyelid.



– Upper eyelid skin relaxation

– Prolapse of periorbital fat of upper eyelid (mainly inner eyelid)

– Lower eyelid skin relaxation

– Lower eyelid periorbital fat prolapse ( sacs)

– Strong fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid

It can be simultaneously combined with the restoration of the severe relaxation of the upper eyelid retractor muscle causing unilateral or bilateral blepharoptosis.
incisions – scars
In upper blepharoplasty, the incision is made in the area of the upper eyelid and is completely invisible after one month after the operation.

The incision in lower blepharoplasty can be made through the conjunctiva, so that there is no mark on the lower eyelid. However, because this incision may temporarily affect the full function of the eye, it is preferable to make an incision just below the eyelashes, which in turn will be completely unnoticeable after one month.


– Duration: 1 – 1 ½ hours under local anaesthesia in the surgery.

– Recovery: 7 – 10 days after surgery. Stitches are removed after 5 – 6 days. It takes a few days for the bruising and severe swelling to subside.

– Postoperative instructions: Artificial tear and antibiotic eye drops are applied for a few days. Ice is applied for the first 1-2 days. Avoid total immobility for a few days (sleeping on 2 pillows is preferable). Painkillers are administered for a few days although there is hardly any pain but rather discomfort due to the swelling.

– Result: The aesthetic result of blepharoplasty appears soon, possibly even after the first 10 days. As the days go by and the swelling subsides, the more obvious the final result is. 1 – 2 months after the procedure we can see the final result, which lasts for about 15 years.

Before and after



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