Blepharoplasty. Eyelid surgery.

Blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery is intended to correct any imperfections around the eyelid area. Drooping eyelids or bags under the eyes are the most commonly treated conditions. These two imperfections always create a sense of tiredness in the face, and they can even make a person look older than they really are. That is why eyelid surgery in Granada could be an excellent option for those who want to have a younger looking and more attractive face.

Casos de Blefaroplastia

Eyelid surgery procedures

During an eyelid surgery operation, Doctor Ana Moreno will remove any fat and excess skin from the upper and lower eyelids, putting an end to tired looking eyes. The first action will be an incision, then the skin will be separated from the fat, any excess will be removed, and the skin and muscle will be trimmed until the desired outcome of tenser eyelids is achieved. These small incisions must be closed with very fine stitches in order for the scar to not be noticeable over the course of time.
A blepharoplasty enables patients to forget about any problems they may have with bags under their eyes or drooping eyelids.
It is important to note that this cosmetic surgery operation in Granada may vary depending on the specific circumstances of each patient and their desired results. It is also worth knowing that in addition to eye bags and drooping eyelids, there are also other kinds of conditions that can be treated with eyelid surgery such as fat pads or under eye wrinkles. That is why we focus on carrying out a personalised study of each patient. Doctor Ana Moreno will carry out a prior analysis and will tell you what the best eyelid surgery solution for your specific case is.

Blepharoplasty Postoperative

When it comes to postoperative, it is common for patients to experience some light bruising or swelling, but this will soon disappear in around a week. A blepharoplasty is usually performed based on the following timings:

Surgery time: 1 to 2 hours
Anaesthesia: Adapted to the needs of each patient.
Hospitalisation: not required
Recovery: 7 days
Result: 2 months