Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that involves reshaping the eyelids to improve their appearance. It can be performed on the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both.
During the procedure, the surgeon will make incisions in the skin around the eyelids and separate the skin from the underlying muscle and fat. Excess skin, muscle, and fat will be removed as needed and the tissue may be repositioned to create a more youthful and refreshed appearance.

How long will the recovery process take? 
After the surgery, you will need to take some time to recover, which may take several weeks. During this time, you will need to take time off work and avoid strenuous activities. It is important to follow your surgeon's instructions for care after the surgery to ensure proper healing.

Will I have scars after the surgery? 
Blepharoplasty surgery typically involves making incisions in the skin around the eyelids, which will leave scars. The size and appearance of the scars will depend on the extent of the surgery and the individual's healing process.

Will I have swelling and bruising after the surgery? 
Swelling and bruising are common after blepharoplasty surgery and may last for several weeks. Your plastic surgeon will provide you with instructions on how to manage these symptoms and minimize their appearance.

How long will it take for the final results to be visible? 
It can take several months for the final results of blepharoplasty surgery to be fully visible, as it takes time for the swelling to completely subside. It is important to be patient and allow the eyelids time to heal and settle into their new shape.

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