Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Looking Through The Eyelids Surgery

Prior to surgery, there are baggy folds of skin under the eyes, and the folds of skin on the upper eyelids give the yes a hooded look.

Surgery to correct this can be done together or separately. When both upper and lower lids are done at the same time, insicions are made just above the crease of the upper eyelids and beneathe the lower lids. Excess skin and fatty tissue are removed (shaded area). Sutures in the upper lid crease prevent visible marks and the lower-lid incision is closed in a straight line.

The eyelids are particularly "forgiving" and the hairline scars fade quite quickly and become almost invisible. The Upper Liss lose their hooded look and the skin under the eyes is firm and smooth.

In a transconjunctival blepharoplasty, most suitable for lower lids that are puffy but without too much excess skin, the lid is pulled away from the eye and the fat is cut out or removed with a syringe.

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