Eyelid correction (blepharoplasty) A look that will enchant you and others.

Treatment Details

Eyelid correction, also known as blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure designed to improve and rejuvenate the appearance of the eye area. This procedure involves the removal of excess fatty tissue and sagging skin to restore the clean lines and expressiveness of your eye area. It is a rather minor procedure that can nonetheless achieve a significant improvement in facial expression. Eyelid correction is often performed in combination with a facelift to further enhance the overall result.

AT A GLANCE

Treatment duration:

1-2 Hours


Regeneration:

1 Week


The onset of action:

1 Week


Effect duration:

10 Years


Anesthesia:

General Or Local


Hospitalization:

No Or 1 Day


Inability to work:

1 Week


Sports Break:

2 Weeks

Why eyelid correction?

The eyes are usually the first thing that others perceive about us. For this very reason, many people attach great importance to the fact that the surrounding regions around the eye do not disturb the overall picture. Eyelid correction aims to correct disturbing drooping eyelids or bags under the eyes. By removing excess tissue and skin, the natural beauty and expressiveness of your eyes are highlighted and the overall appearance is improved.

The rejuvenating benefits of eyelid correction

Over the years, the skin on our eyelids can lose elasticity and excess tissue can lead to drooping eyelids or bags under the eyes. The result of eyelid correction is often an amazing and positive change in facial expression. It can contribute to a much younger and fresher overall appearance. Blepharoplasty can be performed on both the upper eyelid (to correct drooping eyelids) and the lower eyelid (to eliminate bags under the eyes). Both methods can be combined as needed.

The right time for your eyelid correction

The ideal time for eyelid correction can vary and depends on individual factors. Generally, however, the procedure is often considered when the first visible signs of aging appear and you feel that your eyes no longer reflect how you feel.

Your way to a refreshed look

Eyelid correction begins with a detailed consultation with your attending physician. During the actual procedure, fine sutures are then placed in the natural crease of the upper eyelid and at the lash line on the lower eyelid. In this way, excess skin and tissue are gently removed and the fine scars are hardly visible later. If only bags under the eyes are to be removed, the procedure can also be performed from the inside of the eyelid, leaving the scar completely invisible. With eyelid surgery, the eyelid can be corrected with simple and precise stitching

Treatment Steps

A general step-by-step guide to the process from the initial consultation to the post-treatment follow-up appointment.

Step 1

Make a consultation appointment

Contact us to schedule a consultation appointment. Your treating physician will discuss your needs and expectations in detail and determine the best treatment for you.

Step 2

Examination and treatment plan

Your health condition will be reviewed to ensure that the planned treatment is appropriate for you. After the examination, an individual treatment plan will be created, which will include the exact steps of your treatment, the time frame and the costs.

Step 3

Make an appointment for treatment

Once you have decided to undergo treatment, a date for the procedure will be scheduled.

Step 4

The day of the treatment

On the day of the treatment, you will come to our clinic. After a final discussion and the necessary preparations, the treatment will be performed.

Step 5

Follow-up treatment and control appointments

Depending on the type of treatment, control appointments and possible follow-up treatments may be scheduled. These serve to monitor the healing process and ensure that the desired result has been achieved.

Step 6

Follow-up and long-term care

Your doctor will give you specific instructions on care and aftercare to achieve and maintain the best results. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

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FAQ’s

What is eyelid correction (blepharoplasty)?

Eyelid correction, also known as blepharoplasty, is a surgical procedure that removes excess fatty tissue and sagging skin around the eye. The goal is to restore the clean lines and expressiveness of your eye area.

What are drooping eyelids and bags under the eyes?

Drooping eyelids refer to excess skin on the upper eyelid that can visually reduce the size of the eye and make it look tired or old. Lachrymal sacs are puffiness or under-eye bags caused by an accumulation of fatty tissue.

How long does the healing process take after eyelid correction?

The healing process after eyelid correction can vary from individual to individual. In general, mild swelling and bruising may persist for up to two weeks after the procedure. It is recommended that you take it easy during this time and keep your head elevated to aid in healing. Final results are usually visible after a few months.

Is eyelid correction painful?

Eyelid correction is usually performed under local anesthesia, so you will not feel any pain during the procedure. After the operation, you may experience slight pain, but this can be well controlled with painkillers.

What are the risks of eyelid surgery?

As with any surgical procedure, there are certain risks associated with eyelid correction, but they are very rare. These include infection, bleeding, scarring, asymmetry and changes in the shape of the eye. In very rare cases, vision problems may occur. It is important to be treated by an experienced surgeon and attend all follow-up appointments.

When can I go back to work after eyelid surgery?

Most patients can return to work within a week after eyelid surgery, depending on how quickly healing progresses and the type of work they perform. It is recommended to get adequate rest and avoid physical exertion for the first few days after surgery.

How long do the results of eyelid correction last?

The results of eyelid correction are usually permanent. However, the natural aging process may continue and in some cases drooping eyelids or bags may reappear over time. In this case, a new correction may be considered.

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