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Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid Surgery

There is a saying: “Eyes tell a lot.”  But do they always tell the truth? When upper eyelids are sagging or lower eyelids are puffy; eyes can tell lies about your age, making you look older and exhausted. These conditions are caused by the excess eyelid skin or fat tissue under the eyes, which can be effectively removed only through upper and lower eyelid surgery in Turkey, this procedure is called, blepharoplasty or eyelid lift surgery. Share your contact information with us to learn more about our offer for an affordable eye bag surgery turkey cost.

What Is Upper Eyelid Surgery | Lower Eyelid?

Skin loses laxity and firmness over time due to reasons like gravity or heredity. Sagging starts earlier especially on body areas where the skin is thinner, eyelids, for instance. This is when the excess skin on upper eyelids must be removed through a horizontal incision, which is called an upper eyelid surgery Turkey.

Eyelid surgery Turkey gives you a youthful and charming look while lower eye bag surgery saves you from the exhausted and sleepy expression. Being among the safest cosmetic surgery operations abroad, hooded eye surgery is carried out by talented plastic surgeons at a reasonable blepharoplasty cost in Turkey.

Being a minimally invasive procedure, upper eyelid lift can be carried out under local anaesthesia and takes around half an hour. On the other hand, it takes approximately one hour to perform lower eyelid surgery, where the excess skin and fat tissue under the eyes are removed to eliminate wrinkles and puffiness. Lower eyelid surgery in Turkey is performed under general anaesthesia contrary to upper eyelid surgery as it is more complicated.


Your surgeon examines your face to determine if eyelid surgery is the appropriate procedure for your concerns.

During eyelift surgery consultations, the following is discussed: surgical goals; medical history; substances used currently, including medications, supplements, alcohol, drugs, and tobacco; current health status; the expected outcome; postoperative care and potential complications.

Photographs are taken, and eyelid surgery options are discussed, after which the surgeon recommends an appropriate course of treatment.

It is advised to make full use of the consultation appointment in order to make as informed of a decision as possible. It is essential for the procedure’s success to honestly answer all of the surgeon’s inquiries and openly ask about anything requiring clarification.

Before the Eyelid surgery

The following might be asked of you before having your eyelid surgery:

  • Getting tests for medical evaluation
  • Abstaining from nicotine
  • Abstaining from aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements
  • Taking specific medications or adjusting current medication

Postoperative care & recovery

After eyelid surgery, the eyes might be covered with gauze, and thin bandages are placed over the incisions as they heal. The stitches are removed after roughly a week.

You are instructed on what medication to use for healing and how to take care of the eye area. As the skin heals, there might be irritation, dryness of the eyes, and mild to moderate pain, which can be treated with medication, cold compresses, and ointment.

Several months are needed for a full recovery, but 7-10 days are required in most cases to return to normal activities and for most of the swelling to go down and bruising to lighten.

During the recovery, the eye area should not be exposed to sunlight, and dark-tinted sunglasses should be used if exposure to daylight is necessary. The skin should always be handled gently without exposure to any abrasive motion.

It is advised to make inquires with your surgeon concerning the period immediately after the surgery and during recovery. You may have questions about where you will be placed after the surgery, what medications you will be given, and when to arrange an appointment for follow-up care.

The final results of the blepharoplasty should be visible only after the initial swelling and bruising diminish.a


The results of blepharoplasty are permanent, but as the skin continues to age after the surgery at its natural pace, the upper eyelids might begin drooping again after at least five to seven years. Forehead lifts can be taken to remedy this. The usual advice of using sun protection to preserve the skin is recommended for maintaining the results of eyelid surgery as well.

In some cases, multiple surgeries are needed for the best results.

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