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Why Get an Eye Lift?
Excess skin and fat around the upper eyelid can add years to our appearance, look puffy, and even block our field of vision.
As well as medical motivations, it’s also possible to improve the contour of the eyelid aesthetically by adding or removing fat from around the lower eyelid to correct sagging and improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
Double eyelid surgery is also available and is performed to enhance or create the appearance of a sharper upper eyelid crease.
This procedure is popular among those looking to achieve a more ‘Westernised’ look. Good candidates for eye lifts are those in good health.
What Is Blepharoplasty?
A misnomer, the term “eyelid lift” is misleading in that during eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty the eyelids are not actually lifted.
Eye lift surgery involves removing excess eyelid skin, fat, lines, wrinkles and more from the eye area through incisions.
In upper blepharoplasty surgery, the skin is then stitched together to create an eyelid crease.
Lower eyelid surgery either involves incisions below the lash line or on the inside of the eyelid.
This method is called the transconjunctival approach which allows for access without visible incisions.
There are many risks involved with blepharoplasty though, from pain and unfavourable scarring to lid lag, infection, risks from anaesthesia, and even altered vision or blindness.