Interpersonal communication is such an important part of life. And we are naturally attracted by the eyes of people. Eyes provide visual and emotional signals and other non-verbal information and are essential for communication. That is why we naturally want our eyes to look and feel better the beauty tips.
Eyelid correction restores the natural contours of the eyelids and refreshes your appearance; However, this joint surgery does much more than just improve your appearance.
The skin of the eyelids is really unique, because it is the finest and most delicate of our body. The eyelid skin is normally smooth, but over time the eyelid tissue becomes longer, the fat swells and the muscles weaken. These changes are often caused by age, heredity and sun damage. Dermatologists, a medical term used to describe excess tissue of the eyelids, appears in both the upper and lower eyelids. When the top cover is affected, you may experience a heavy feeling and excess tissue may disrupt peripheral vision. You may experience forehead fatigue when your body tries to use these muscles to extract excess skin from the eyelid outside of your vision. Some may feel the need to lean the chin to see better or to feel that their eyes will close automatically as they read. Rhinoplasty of the upper eyelid (eyelid lift) can help reduce these symptoms and improve appearance.
Some patients may also have posits (“toes”) or drooping eyelids. The muscle used to lift the upper eyelid is very delicate. Over time, the attachment may loosen and cause the cover to fall. This reduction can be resolved with the recovery of posits. The repair can be performed with an incision in the upper eyelid or through an incision of the skin. The surgeon will help you determine if you have posits and, if so, which approach is best for you. Sometimes eyelid rhinoplasty or posits repair can be medically indicated if the patient meets certain criteria. A visual field test must be performed in the office to determine the medical necessity.
Eyelid correction can also be performed to reduce excess fat and skin in the lower eyelids. The surgeon makes incisions (inside or on the skin of the lower eyelid) and the excess tissue is removed. Incisions made in the eyelid are not visible; the incisions on the skin are hardly visible and usually disappear with time. The purpose of the operation is to provide a more rested but natural appearance. The surgeon will help you determine which approach is best for your surgery.
Eyelid surgery is performed on an outpatient basis. Patients can only undergo surgery under local anesthesia or can also receive intravenous sedation (sleep at dusk). Preoperative preparation includes a thorough assessment of your medical and ophthalmic (eye) history, as well as an assessment of your freely available medications and supplements. After the operation, swellings and bruises are relieved by ice blocks. Most patients have minimal downtime and can resume many activities in a week. The results of the procedure are usually long-lasting, giving patients a refreshed appearance, clear vision and a feeling of lightness and vitality.