Are your eyelids disrupting your vision or are you looking to get younger, more alert looking eyes? Then, blepharoplasty may be a viable solution to your problems. It is a versatile eye surgery performed to either adjust abnormalities or defects of the eyelids or for aesthetic purposes.
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Only after you’ve had your initial consultation regarding your upper or lower blepharoplasty and have made a final decision can the surgery be performed.
Upper blepharoplasty can be carried out using either local anaesthetic, sedative anaesthetic or general anaesthetic. Local anaesthetic involves the injection of a numbing agent into the eyelids so that the patient can remain awake throughout your blepharoplasty. Sedative anaesthetic will cause patients to sleep during the surgery and general anaesthetic is, in essence, a medically induced coma. You should discuss each option with your doctor to see which is suitable for you.
The surgeon will make an incision along the natural folds of your eyelid. They will then cut along the incision and proceed to remove the excess skin or fat, and tighten the muscle where needed. At the end of the blepharoplasty procedure, the surgeon will close the incision and stitch it up.
Just like upper blepharoplasty, lower blepharoplasty can be carried out using either local anaesthetic, sedative anaesthetic or general anaesthetic. Your doctor will discuss with you what option best works in your case.
The incision is made either inside the lower lid or below the eye in the natural crease. Then the excess skin, muscle or fat will be removed or restructured. After this, the cut will be sutured and the surgery will be over. Lower blepharoplasty can also be done using a transconjunctival incision, which completes the procedure inside the lower eyelid and without removing any skin.
Double eyelid surgery (Asian blepharoplasty) is one of the most commonly requested elective cosmetic surgeries among Asian populations such as South Korea, Taiwan, and China. The suprasternal epicanthic fold, as the crease above the upper eyelid is known, is absent in roughly half of the Asian population and so many choose this surgery for cosmetic reasons.
The double eyelid blepharoplasty involves creating a fold in the upper eyelid to create the double eyelid effect. Double eyelid surgery may be a surgery option also for older persons who wish to counter 'sunken eye deformity', combat wrinkles or reduce sagging in eyelid skin, or for anyone wishing to increase the width of their upper eyelid.
Double eyelid blepharoplasty includes non-incisional and incisional techniques. More precisely, there are three main kinds of double eyelid surgery available.
This method involves a single large incision and the removal of excess skin and fat. It is an ideal choice for older patients or anyone with thick or drooping eyelids.
This method is often recommended for patients with eyelids containing excess fat but no excess skin. It involves several small incisions made along the line of the intended fold through which fat is removed. It is considered to be a less invasive alternative to the full incision method for your double eyelid surgery.
Also known as the Closed method, this is the least invasive option for your blepharoplasty as no incision is required. Sutures are placed at the top of the tarsus (a connective tissue) or attached to the underlying cartilage of the eyelid, creating a fold.
Modern DST procedures can be broken down into 'buried' and 'non-buried' procedures:
The DST method offers the shortest duration and recovery time after your blepharoplasty but can occasionally present issues in terms of long-lasting results.
A blepharoplasty can be done for functional reasons to allow for an unimpaired field of vision or for aesthetic improvement of the eye region. A lower blepharoplasty is almost always done for the latter reason and can also be combined with a facelift or a browlift. Both types of surgeries follow the same procedural protocol, and have a high rate of success. When going in for the surgery for cosmetic reasons, it is vital to make your intentions and expectations clear to your surgeon to achieve the best results.
Post your blepharoplasty surgery, your eyes may feel a little discomfort or may just feel a little unusual. Sensitivity to light and swelling are common and will dissipate with time. It is important to be patient and not force the issue or place undue stress on your eyes. It is also important to bear in mind that the final results of your blepharoplasty may take as long as three months to arrive - that is to say, due to swelling and healing, the fold may take this long to settle into its final position. In addition, the slight swelling that may persist for as much as three months after the procedure may cause the width of the double eyelid to remain wider than the final result during that period.
The cost displayed on the map below refer to starting prices for an upper and lower blepharoplasty.
If you are looking for prices for an Asian blepharoplasty or single procedures (upper or lower), get in touch with us and we will get you a free quote for your preferred location.
Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty is offered in 13 countries
In Krakow from € 1,390
In Wroclaw from € 1,800
In Jelenia Gora from € 2,300
In Szczecin from € 2,500
3 Reviews in All Countries
November 1, 2017| ISCARE Clinic, Czech Republic
Dr. Vatlak did an amazing job!
I went from Wales to the Iscare clinic November 1st had the pre op on November 2nd 7.30 am had my upper eye lift and lower eye procedure came home November 3rd. I stayed on the “Rohan Boat“ which is a 6 minute walk to the hospital, the clinic is immaculate!! Professional!! Dr. Vatlak did my procedure amazing! The Rohan boat is immaculate! So clean! The staff are really helpful in the hospital and on the Boat! I bought eye masks and gave them to the staff on the boat who kept cooling them in the fridge for me.. The only thing I can say is you must rest after the operation! I’m home now recovering will keep you all updated!!
August 24, 2017| BIMC Nusa Dua Hospital, Indonesia
I would recommend the doctors and this hospital to anyone who wants to have a plastic surgery.
I had my upper and lower eye lids left and outer hips liposuction done in the Cosmedic Centre BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua. Dr Suka Adnyana, my plastic surgeon, Dr Sissy Surya and all supporting medical personnel were absolutely wonderful. I had such a good experience! I would recommend the doctors and this hospital to anyone who wants to have a plastic surgery. Care and after surgery support is at the high level in BIMC Hospital Nusa Dua. Thank you!
August 4, 2016| Yanhee Hospital, Thailand
Dr. Greechart did a magnificent job.
My experience at Yanhee Hospital was very satisfactory. The international coordinators, Villyn, Joann, and Xamantha, were there for me for the 5 days I was in hospital. The nursing staff, I can't thank enough. Dr. Greechart did a magnificent job. For a lone traveler as myself, know that you are never on your own at Yanhee Hospital. They gave me the comfort and reassurance that I needed. From the moment I arrived, my international coordinator, Ms. Kul, was very informative and was with me up to the minute I left for surgery.