The medical procedure – technically known as blepharoplasty – will eliminate and/or reposition excess skin and fatty tissue circa the eyelids. A drooping eyelid (ptosis) is mainly triggered by the aging process, but other causes include a high amount of exposure to the sun, smoking, lack of sleep, and allergies.
This practice can provide men with a healthier and chiselled upper-facial appearance, improving the previously insubstantial eye area. Men can avoid feeling self-conscious in terms of looking jaded, even when it’s not the case, and can feel confident with youthful and visually stunning skin.
Blepharoplasty – also known as Eye Bag Removal – is an operation to remove the excess fat and skin on the patients' eyelids. It is possible to get a fresh look with this surgery. The sutures remain on the edges of eyelid, leaving no visible scar.
The majority of the potential blepharoplasty patients have a concern of "hollow eyes" or "hollow look" following the surgery. Some of the patients have this hollow look who had a blepharoplasty by a plastic surgeon that removed not only the skin but also the fat. It is crucial not to remove so much tissue as to prevent the eye from closing, and not to take out so much fat which leads to an eyelid that loses its fullness. Another point is the level of eyebrows. Low leveled eyebrows may result in an excess on the upper eyelid. In such cases, firstly, it is required to put the eyebrows into a correct position, before your surgeon performs Blepharoplasty. As long as your surgeon masters all the above cases, Blepharoplasty is a straightforward and effective operation.
You have a dedicated team of patient advisors, nurses, and your surgeon to support you throughout the entire journey, and after it. However, Blepharoplasty is a surgery that demands you to take several steps to help ensure that your treatment goes as smoothly as possible. Avoiding some points can help you recover faster, and also minimize the risk of complications.
At this stage of the process, you must inform the surgeon of all pre-existing and current medications you are prescribed.
Smoking is not permitted due to its impact on recovery times, and further risks it may have post-surgery. E-cigarettes, and all other tobacco products are also prohibited.
You must share your medical history about any eyelid retraction or laser surgeries you have had in the last three months.
Please refrain from consuming herbal supplements and teas.
Medication to make blood thinner – such as clexan, aspirin, and many others – should be no longer used.
Painkillers that contain paracetamol are allowed to use if necessary. However, those that do not contain paracetamol, must not be used. Please inform your surgeon if they are a necessity.
We kindly ask you to you remove your false eyelashes before you travel to Istanbul, if you have them.
You must not drink any beverages or eat any type of food (including chewing gum), within eight hours of surgery. Drinking water is also not permitted.
A shower or bath is required before any type of surgery. We recommend having one either before sleeping on the night of surgery, or the following morning.
We kindly ask you to shave all facial hair on the eve of your surgery.
Please do not use any type of makeup on the day of surgery. We also kindly ask you remove contact lenses, and refrain from wearing jewelry.
Ideal clothing must be comfortable and loose, and preferably, our surgeons would recommend buttoned-shirts, although not essential.
It is a bloodless surgery and aesthetic operation with minor to no pain. After the procedure, you will have bruises on eyelids. However, you can cover them with makeup after 1 week.
For dry eye problems, patients can use artificial tears.
Tightness of the eyelids are likely to last for a few days after surgery. You may have some discomfort for one to two weeks.
If there are any sutures, they will be removed before your final check, at the latest.
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