Med-Aesthetics

Blepharoplasty

90 Minutes
Starting from €1350

Elevate Your Confidence, Elevate Your Eyes.

Treatable Areas
Face
Face

Elevate Your Confidence, Elevate Your Eyes.

  • Why we love it
    Alleviates eyes that look tired and puffy; boosts confidence & field of vision; gives make-up application improves results.
  • How it works
    Blepharoplasty improves the appearance of the upper or lower eyelids and is performed under local anaesthesia. The aeasthetic physician marks the excess skin and anaesthesia is applied to the area to be treated. The marked excess skin is cut out by using latest technology CO2 laser and is surgically removed. Fine sutures are applied to repair the skin.

TREATABLE CONCERNS

Excess/Sagging/Puffy skin upper Eyelid Excess/Sagging/Puffy skin upper Eyelid
Puffy skin upper Eyelid Puffy skin upper Eyelid
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Before and after

Powerful &
Proven Results

Achieve natural-looking results with treatments curated by our experts for their safety and effectiveness.

Consultation: Schedule a thorough consultation with our qualified and experienced doctor to discuss your goals, assess your candidacy, and understand the potential outcomes and risks.

Quit Smoking: If you smoke, consider quitting at least a few weeks before the surgery. Smoking can impede the healing process and increase the risk of complications.

Avoid Blood Thinners: Discontinue the use of blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and certain supplements, as they can increase the risk of bleeding. Follow your surgeon’s recommendations regarding the timeline for discontinuation.

Prepare Your Home: Set up a comfortable and relaxing recovery space at home with all necessary items within reach, including medications, ice packs, and soft foods.

Follow Preoperative Instructions: Adhere to any preoperative instructions provided by your surgeon, such as guidelines for fasting before the surgery.

Follow Aftercare Instructions: Adhere strictly to the aftercare instructions provided by your surgeon. This may include guidelines for wound care, medication, and activity restrictions.

Cold Compress: Use cold compresses or ice packs to minimize swelling and bruising in the first few days after surgery.

Keep Your Head Elevated: Keep your head elevated while sleeping to reduce swelling. Use an extra pillow or a recliner for support.

Protect Your Eyes: Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from wind and sunlight. Avoid any activities that may cause strain or pressure on the eyes.

Avoid Strenuous Activities: Refrain from strenuous activities, including heavy lifting and vigorous exercise, for a few weeks after surgery to prevent complications and promote healing.

Eye Drops and Ointment: Use any prescribed eye drops or ointments as directed by your surgeon to keep the eyes moist and prevent infection.

Limit Screen Time: Reduce screen time, including television, computer, and smartphone use, especially in the early days of recovery.

Follow-up Appointments: Attend all scheduled follow-up appointments with your surgeon. These appointments are crucial for monitoring your progress, removing stitches if necessary, and addressing any concerns.

Patience with Healing: Be patient with the healing process. Swelling and bruising will gradually subside, and the final results may take several weeks to months to become fully apparent.

OUR EXPERTS

Just want to thank Dr Ciskje for his skill, patience to perfect his work and answer my 100000 questions. I have never come across such and genuine professional

Dr Chin Abela
DERMATOLOGIST

FAQS

Questions?
We’ve Got Answers

Frequently asked questions on Blepharoplasty.

What is blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty, commonly known as eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic surgical procedure that involves the removal of excess skin, muscle, and sometimes fat from the upper and/or lower eyelids. The goal is to rejuvenate the appearance of the eyes.

Who is a good candidate for blepharoplasty?

Good candidates for blepharoplasty are individuals with excess skin, muscle, or fat in the eyelid area, causing a tired or aged appearance. Candidates should be in good overall health and have realistic expectations about the outcomes of the surgery.

What concerns can blepharoplasty address?

Blepharoplasty can address various cosmetic concerns, including sagging or drooping eyelids, excess skin that obscures the natural fold of the upper eyelids, puffy or baggy lower eyelids, and the appearance of tired or aged eyes.

Is there an ideal age for blepharoplasty?

There is no specific age requirement for blepharoplasty. The decision to undergo the procedure is based on individual factors such as the appearance of the eyes and the patient’s overall health. Some people choose to have blepharoplasty in their 30s or 40s, while others may opt for it later in life.

Can blepharoplasty correct sagging eyebrows or forehead wrinkles?

Blepharoplasty primarily addresses the eyelids and the immediate surrounding area. It does not correct sagging eyebrows or forehead wrinkles. A brow lift or forehead lift may be recommended to address these concerns.

How long is the recovery period after blepharoplasty?

The recovery period can vary, but patients typically experience swelling and bruising for the first week or two. Most people can return to normal activities within 7 to 10 days, although strenuous activities should be avoided for a few weeks.

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