Raise my eyelids: what you need to know about blepharoplasty 

We find out when it is worth doing surgical correction of the eyelids and to whom it is contraindicated.
A few years ago, blepharoplasty became the most popular procedure among girls, and all because of the fact that we dream of a “wide-open” and sexual look and in 20, and 40, and 70 years. Over the years, nature takes its toll: in the upper eyelid, skin overhangs and fatty bags may appear — it is at this point that it’s time to go for a surgeon’s consultation.
Blepharoplasty is an operation that is performed on the soft tissues of the upper or lower eyelids mainly for the purpose of rejuvenation. Recently, Asian girls have often resorted to her in order to bring her appearance closer to European standards. So blepharoplasty fights not only with age problems, but also with problems of aesthetic nature.
Types of blepharoplasty
There are several types of blepharoplasty. Upper blepharoplasty is a common operation of the upper eyelid, aimed at making the look open and expressive. The usual indications for such an operation are not suitable for the client’s eye section or too overhanging skin.
In order to remove fatty bags (resulting from age-related changes) and excess skin in the lower eyelids, use lower blepharoplasty.
You can not ignore and transconjunctival blepharoplasty. This operation does not make a skin incision in the lower eyelid area, but only removes fatty hernia through a small incision in the conjunctival mucosa.
Canthopexy is an operation aimed at fixing the outer corner of the lower eyelid, with a loss of elasticity of the circular muscles of the eye. The result of a loss of elasticity may be the lowering of the lower eyelids. The look after cantopexy becomes more expressive and fresh.
Indications for surgery, as they say, are there, more precisely, on the face.
The main symptoms are:
• omission of the upper or lower eyelid;
• excess skin overhang;
• appearance of fat bags in the corners of the eyes, etc.
All these problems are not necessarily related to age. For example, some women may overhang the upper eyelid “inherited.” That is, some problems can be transmitted genetically from generation to generation.
Unfortunately, blepharoplasty can not do everything. The main contraindications to surgery are oncological and acute infectious diseases, corneal lesions, anemia, diabetes, etc.
Dispel myths. Many, before deciding on any operation, begin to look for information about it on the Internet in women’s forums. The most correct decision would be to sign up for a consultation with a doctor and ask him all the relevant questions. Because the Internet can often stumble wrong or false information that can mislead you. For example, the most disturbing question is: “Will not the inversion of the century occur?” We will try to dispel this myth: the inversion of the century is very rare and occurs mainly due to the insufficient qualification of a specialist. The reason for such trouble becomes unnecessary excision of the flap of skin on the lower eyelid. The muscle does the eversion of the century, as it simply does not withstand the tension.
Many clients are convinced that blepharoplasty has a bad effect on vision. I wonder what happens all the way around. When hanging over a century, a person from time to time strains his frontal muscle because of discomfort. Because of this, headaches can often occur. Reduced vision can also occur at a time when a person has an enlarged eyelid. Due to the appearance of a foreign body on the pupil, the eye vector is constantly changing. Here you have a negative impact.
The third myth is much more pleasant to believe than the previous ones. From somewhere, many took a firm conviction that blepharoplasty eliminates wrinkles. In fact, it is not. Simply put, wrinkles are just a contraction of the muscles. And you need to get rid of them far from blepharoplasty.
How is blepharoplasty?
During surgery, the surgeon makes an incision through which removes fatty tissue or excess skin. After superimposed special seams, which are called intradermal. To heal faster, it is recommended to follow all the advice of the surgeon.
Recovery period
It is considered that the length of the recovery period depends largely on the mood of the patient. However, one mood you will not be full. During the rehabilitation period you need to follow all the advice of a specialist. Try for the first time after blepharoplasty not to go under direct sunlight. Refuse during the recovery period from visiting the bath. Heavy physical exertion will also have to be excluded. In many ways, the length of rehabilitation will depend on the ability of your body to recover.
The most important thing in any operation is to choose a qualified surgeon and a specialized clinic. In the modern world there are a huge number of techniques that allow non-traumatic and quickly get closer to the desired result. Therefore, the professionalism of a specialist is what you first need to pay attention to. And then the result from blepharoplasty will exceed all expectations.

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