Upper Eyelid surgery also known as upper blepharoplasty is a surgical operation performed with precision and aesthetic finesse to remove excess upper eyelid skin, fix hooded eyelids and lift droopy upper eyelids. This surgery can get rid of ageing changes seen in people in their 40s, 50s and 60s and helps improve facial appearance by restoring youthful looks.
Very effective treatment to fix:
Upper blepharoplasty or upper eyelid surgery is a very useful operation to address either a droopy eyelid excessive lose and upper eyelid skin that falls in front of your eyelids and affects you eyesight and also a large amount of bulging fat that pushes the eyelid down the net result is a much more youthful looking upper eyelid.
Non-Surgical options using skin tightening devices like plasma pens may be useful in select number of cases that have very small amount of loose skin. But upper eyelid surgery is a definitive and permanent treatment for hooded eyelids, droopy eyelids, and excess eyelid skin.
Yes, men can undergo eyelid surgery too. Men undergo eyelid surgery to treat hooded eyelids, droopy eyelids and eyebags which are very effective as they offer a definitive and permanent solution.
An eyelift is another term used to refer to upper eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty to open up the eyes to improve vision and appearance. Eyelift is not to be confused with Browlift which is surgery of the eyebrow. Both browlift and blepharoplasty are frequently combined for better results.
The eyelids are delicate and complex structures that can be affected by a variety of conditions. There are many causes of eyelid drooping or acquired ptosis.
Other causes include
Eyelids become fatigued due to over activity of the eyelid muscle resulting in a feeling of heaviness. Nowadays overuse is related to long hours of focusing on a computer screen, tablet or a smart phone. It is estimated that on average people spend in excess of 8 hours per day in front of a screen. When you are young, your eyelid muscle and the surrounding tissues cope better with prolonged strain,
However, as you get older features such as excess eyelid skin, excess fat and droopy brow add additional weight on the upper eyelid exaggerating the sensation of ‘eyelid heaviness’. This is frequently accompanied by frontal headaches due to the constant activity of the forehead muscle.
All surgery carries risk. A second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner is recommended before proceeding