Blepharoplasty is the most common facial plastic surgery procedure. Blepharo-, which means "eyelid", and-plasty means "change") are both terms that can be used to describe it. Because the expression of the face is largely determined by the shape of the eyes, this is why the eyelids are so important. You look at someone's eyes when you are looking at them. The eyes can look tired, or droopy if they are not in good health. A youthful, vibrant appearance will make an otherwise aged face look younger. Upmost eyelid blepharoplasty can be used to rejuvenate both the eyes and the face.
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In Cheshire, each patient's blepharoplasty procedure is customized today. To achieve a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance for each patient, the right combination of skin removal and skin resurfacing, fat reduction, fat repositioning, and lid tightening are used. Sometimes less is more.
Upper lid blepharoplasty can be performed today under local and light sedation. The incision is made across the lid at the natural upper-lid skin fold. An advanced electrocautery device is used to remove excess skin with the precision and accuracy of a laser. You can remove, sculpt, or reposition excess orbital fat.
Lower-lid blepharoplasty, which is now performed to reduce puffiness due to prolapsed orbital fat, is performed in modern times. Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty involves cutting across the length of your lower lid. This allows you to remove or sculpt excess fat. To correct a tear trough defect, fat can be moved. If necessary, excess skin can be removed. The lower lid laxity and droop can be corrected simultaneously. The lateral canthoplasty is used to blend the lid-cheek junction.