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Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a type of surgery that alters the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. The aim is to improve the appearance of the area surrounding the eyes and to improve vision obscured by drooping eyelids.
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Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) can be performed on your upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. Based on a preoperative evaluation of factors such as your underlying facial muscle structure, bone structure, and the symmetry of your eyebrows, your surgeon will decide how much skin, muscle, and/or fat to remove.
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Once you have submitted your surgery medical form and photos - our team will arrange a free assessment, and outline all the details you will need to know about the Surgery Price, Length of Stay in Bangkok, Hotel, Transfers, and much more.
Then we will arrange a free Zoom call with your surgeon, so you can meet him and ask all the questions you have. The next steps are booking a surgery date which we will confirm for you - flights, and we book everything else from there, hotels - transfers - possible dental appointments, laser treatments, and so much more. You don't have to worry about a thing - your Medi Makeovers personal client manager will arrange everything. You will be fully informed of every step and be given a full surgery journey program - from start to finish, Medi Makeovers will make your journey as smooth as possible.
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Once you arrive in Thailand, grab your bags, and you will be greeted by one of our coordinators who will take you to your driver. You will always arrive the day before your procedure, so you will go to your hotel - where you can relax and enjoy your luxurious surroundings! You will be picked up from your hotel the next day and head to the hospital to meet your surgeon. You will have your consultation with your surgeon.
If you have pre-existing health conditions, your surgeon will normally ask for you to arrive a day before your surgery date to have further testing done and set up your surgery accordingly to ensure your safety. We also ask for a range of tests (based on your medical form) that you will need to send to us prior to your surgery date, and your surgeon will confirm these for you. It is important for these tests to be done before you arrive in Bangkok, so if there are any concerns, you will be given information and directions to ensure you will be ready for surgery when you arrive.
Once you have met with your surgeon and are happy to proceed, you will be taken to be prepared for your surgery. After your surgery, you will spend the required number of nights in your private ward room in our hospital under 24 care. When your surgeon has given you the all-clear, you can then go back to your luxury hotel and relax! You will be given medications and aftercare instructions, as well as follow-up appointment times (where your nurse visits you in your hotel for checkups). If you wish to come back to the hospital at any other time, you may do so.
In your final consultation, your surgeon will examine you to ensure you are safe to fly and provide you with a fit-to-fly certificate. Once your time is over in Thailand, we will take you back to the airport and fly home. All transfers are included - Airport, Hotel, Hospital.
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Eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a type of surgery that alters the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids or both. The aim is to improve the appearance of the area surrounding the eyes and to improve vision obscured by drooping eyelids.
Draping skin that obscures or blocks your vision Loose or sagging skin that creates folds or disturbs the natural contour of the upper eyelid – this can sometimes affect a person’s vision Excess fatty deposits that appear as puffiness beneath the eyelid skin Bags under the eyes Droopiness of the lower eyelids – to avoid showing white below the iris Extra skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid.
One or more of the following feelings or conditions may indicate that you are a good candidate for Eyelid Surgery: You have excess skin obscuring the natural fold of the upper eyelids You have loose upper eyelid skin that impairs your vision You have a puffy appearance to the upper eyelids, making your eyes look tired and sad You have excess skin and fine, ‘crepe paper’ type lower eyelid wrinkles You have bags and dark circles under the eyes Your upper eye surface is too small or not smooth enough to apply makeup You are in good health and do not smoke
You may have a local anaesthetic and sedation, or a general anaesthetic. Your surgeon will advise you on which is the best option for you. Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) can be performed on your upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. Based on a preoperative evaluation of factors such as your underlying facial muscle structure, bone structure, and the symmetry of your eyebrows, your surgeon will decide how much skin, muscle, and/or fat to remove. Your surgeon will make precise markings to indicate where excess tissues will be removed in your upper eyelids and in your lower eyelids. In your upper eyelid, your surgeon will make an incision hidden within the natural fold of the upper eyelid. In the lower eyelid, the incision will be hidden just below the lower lashes. Alternatively, when excess fat is being removed, the incision can be placed inside the lower eyelid (transconjunctival incision). A laser may sometimes be used in conjunction with this method to tighten lower eyelid skin. Your surgeon will remove tissue through these incisions using surgical instruments, including scalpels, surgical scissors, radiofrequency cutting devices, and, sometimes, cutting lasers. Sometimes fat may be redistributed in the lower lids to eliminate puffiness or bulges. Your surgeon may make other adjustments to correct special problems such as muscle laxity. He or she will then apply sutures or tissue adhesives (glue) to smooth and reconfigure areas around the eyebrows and eyelids. Sutures are invisible to the eye and are commonly self-dissolving. In most cases, there is virtually no detectable scar.
Immediately after eyelid surgery You may experience excessive tearing, light sensitivity, and double vision just after the surgery. Your incisions will be red and visible at first, and your eyelids may be puffy and feel numb for several days. Swelling and bruising, similar to having "black eyes," will likely last a week or more. Your surgeon will probably instruct you to apply ice packs or cold compresses to your eyes to help reduce swelling. Pain is usually minimal. You may be given a pain reliever such as acetaminophen (Tylenol or others) for mild discomfort, but remember to avoid aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, or others), naproxen (Aleve), and any other medications or herbal supplements that may increase bleeding. If stitches were used, they'll be removed after a number of days when your surgeon is happy with your healing. The first two weeks Although you will not have to rest in bed following surgery, you should plan to relax, stay home, and use cold compresses on your eyes on the day of surgery as well as the day after. The amount of time it takes for recovery varies. Here are some helpful guidelines: Follow your surgeon’s instructions for care. For the first couple of days following surgery, expect to treat the incisions with ointment to keep them lubricated and place cold compresses on the eyes to reduce swelling. You will be advised to use eye drops to keep the eyes from drying. If you have dry eyes lasting more than two weeks, contact your doctor. Sleep with your head raised higher than your chest. You can use regular pillows, wedge pillows, or sleep on a recliner. Minimise swelling and bruising by keeping your head elevated as much as possible during the first few days of recovery. After upper and lower blepharoplasty surgery your eyelids will typically feel tight. You can treat soreness with acetaminophen. Significant bruising typically occurs, but will resolve within two weeks. Avoid straining, heavy lifting, swimming, and strenuous activities, such as aerobics and jogging, for a minimum of two weeks – though your surgeon may recommend longer. Specifically, you should avoid activities in which you must move your head abruptly or that increase the blood pressure in your head. This restriction includes, but is not limited to, bending over, which causes your head to be lower than your heart, and lifting objects heavy enough to cause you to strain. This restriction may apply for three to four weeks. You may notice that your eyes tire easily for the first several weeks of the recovery period. Take frequent naps. Avoid activities that may dry the eyes, including reading, watching television, wearing contacts, and using a computer. For the first two weeks after your surgery, wear dark sunglasses to protect the eyes from irritation caused by sun and wind. Your plastic surgeon will remove the stitches between four and seven days after your eyelid surgery.
Upper eyelid surgery Your surgeon will mark the natural lines and creases of your lids and keep your scars as hidden as possible along these natural folds. Fine sutures will be used to close the incisions, thereby minimizing scar visibility. Lower eyelid surgery In traditional blepharoplasty, your surgeon will make the incision in an inconspicuous site along the lash line and smile creases of the lower lid. In a transconjunctival approach, your surgeon corrects eyelid puffiness caused by excess fat by making an incision inside the lower eyelid. This technique requires no external incision, but it cannot be used to remove excess skin. Direct Brow LIft In some cases, you may need a direct brow lift - where the incision site is directly above your eyebrow - this may be better for you than an upper eyelid lift, or you may need both. This incision will fade over time. The surgeon will advise you with your personal assessment Indirect Brow LIft In some cases, you may need a direct brow lift - where the incision site is indirectly above your eyebrow, in your hairline at the top of your forehead - this may be better for you than an upper eyelid lift, or you may need both. The surgeon will advise you with your personal assessment
Fortunately, significant complications from eyelid surgery are infrequent. Every year, thousands of people undergo successful eyelid surgery and are pleased with the results. Blepharoplasty, which remains the gold standard for eyelid rejuvenation, is usually performed without any major problems. All surgical procedures have some degree of risk. Some of the potential complications of all surgeries are: Adverse reaction to anesthesia Hematoma or seroma (an accumulation of blood or fluid under the skin that may require removal) Infection and bleeding Changes in sensation Scarring Allergic reactions Damage to underlying structures Unsatisfactory results may necessitate additional procedures. You can help minimize certain risks by following the advice and instructions of your board-certified plastic surgeon, both before and after your eyelid surgery.
There is no 'best age' at which you can have the surgery. However, some patients have eyelid surgery in their thirties and forties while the majority of our patients usually have the surgery when they are well into and past their fifties and sixties, and they have the surgery in combination with a facelift or other procedures.