BLEPHAROPLASTY (EYELID SURGERY) in Noida, Ghaziabad, Vaishali & Delhi
What is Blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic surgery that involves the removal of excess skin, fat, and muscle from the upper and/or lower eyelids. This procedure can help improve the appearance of droopy or puffy eyelids, giving the eyes a more youthful and rested look. Blepharoplasty in Noida, Ghaziabad, Vaishali & Delhi is typically performed as an outpatient procedure and can be done on both upper and lower eyelids simultaneously or separately.
Who is a good candidate for Blepharoplasty?
A good candidate for blepharoplasty is someone who is in good general health and has realistic expectations about the outcome of the surgery. The ideal candidate is someone who has excess skin and/or fat around the eyes that makes them look tired, older, or puffy.
Types of Blepharoplasty
There are several types of blepharoplasty, including:
- Upper Blepharoplasty - Upper blepharoplasty involves the removal of excess skin, muscle, and fat from the upper eyelids. This can help improve the appearance of droopy or sagging eyelids, which can make you look tired or older than you are.
- Lower Blepharoplasty - Lower blepharoplasty involves the removal of excess skin, muscle, and fat from the lower eyelids. This can help reduce the appearance of bags under the eyes and give you a more rested and youthful appearance.
- Double Blepharoplasty - Double blepharoplasty is a procedure that is commonly performed on patients to create a crease in the upper eyelids
- Asian Blepharoplasty-Asian blepharoplasty is a procedure that is commonly performed on individuals of Asian descent to create a crease in the upper eyelids. This can help enhance the appearance of the eyes and make them look larger and more defined.
** What should you expect during the consultation?
You will meet our team members, and your surgeon will personally evaluate your condition and will ask about your health history. You will have an opportunity to discuss treatment options and the recommended course of treatment, explore outcomes of procedures and the potential risks and complications associated and get your questions answered.
What should you expect during the treatment?
The anesthesia team assesses your medical fitness before surgery. The doctors can prescribe some diagnostic testing and medications. Once the medical fitness is declared, instructions for the day of surgery are given..
What should you expect during the recovery?
There can be some discomfort, swelling, and pain after surgery which subside with time. Post-surgery medications are prescribed for faster recovery. Our team will advise you on the care of the surgical site and feeding or activity restrictions that may be necessary to promote normal healing. Also, you can discuss specific issues to be monitored in the general health of your patient during recovery with your doctor. Periodic follow-ups are advised to monitor the patient’s health status.
What is Blepharoplasty cost?
The cost may vary depending on the extent of the procedure and other factors like surgeon expertise, choice of room stay options. We offer short stay surgery (daycare) and patients can typically return home on the same day.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Is blepharoplasty a painful procedure?
- How long does it take to recover from blepharoplasty?
- How long do the results of blepharoplasty last?
- Can I wear makeup after blepharoplasty?
- Is blepharoplasty covered by insurance?
Blepharoplasty is generally not a painful procedure, but patients may experience some discomfort, swelling, and bruising around the eyes following the surgery. Your surgeon can prescribe pain medication to help manage any discomfort during the recovery period.
Recovery from blepharoplasty typically takes about 1-2 weeks, but this can vary depending on the extent of the procedure and your individual healing process. You may need to take time off work and avoid strenuous activities for a week or two after the surgery.
The results of blepharoplasty are long-lasting and can help enhance the appearance of the eyes for many years.
You should avoid wearing makeup for at least a week after blepharoplasty to allow your eyes to heal properly. Once the incisions have healed, you can gradually begin to wear makeup again.
In most cases, blepharoplasty is considered a cosmetic procedure and is not covered by insurance. However, if you have functional problems with your eyelids that affect your vision, such as drooping eyelids, your insurance may cover the cost of the procedure. You should check with your insurance provider to determine your coverage options. However, we offer short stay procedure to make it more accessible and affordable.