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Your eyes can say a lot about who you are. They are the focal point of your face and the center of your expression. Your eyes can show youthfulness, melancholy, cheerfulness, alertness, and the like, without you having to say a word.
A lot of times our eyes suffer the wear and tear of age—flaws we try to cover using makeup. Applying makeup is only a short-term solution that can only cover inconsistencies and blemishes temporarily.
Eyelift surgery or blepharoplasty is a more permanent solution for bloated and swollen eyes. It gives the eyes a more youthful appearance by eliminating unnecessary fat and muscle from the lower and/or upper eyelids. The procedure is a permanent remedy for anyone suffering from drooping eyelids caused by diabetes, stroke, nerve injuries, or Horner syndrome.
The goal of every procedure is to make you happy. It is a decision that should be made by you and you alone.
In order to get the highest satisfaction possible, you should find the best surgeon to see you through your entire surgery from your first consultation to your last visit.
The eyelift surgery is usually performed under either general or local anesthesia. The choice between the two types of anesthesia is largely a decision of whether or not you want to stay awake during the procedure; local anesthesia will keep you awake, while general anesthesia will put you to sleep. General anesthesia is usually given to clients with more complicated procedures.
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The procedure begins by applying the selected anesthesia, followed by an incision/s on the affected areas in the eye regions. The incisions will be done in a way that hides any surgical scars. The procedure takes a total of one to three hours, depending on the extent of your surgery.