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- Eyelid Surgery Before And After Photos
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (1)
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (2)
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (3)
- Female Blepharoplasty Case Study
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (6)
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (8)
- The Blepharoplasty For Men Case Study
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (10)
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (11)
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (12)
- Eyelid Surgery In Women Case Study
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (14)
- Eyelid Surgery Before & After Photos (16)
- With Makeup Before & After Photos (2)
- Laser Blepharoplasty Surgery Before & After Photos (case- 3-2)
- Eyelid Surgery & Facelift Study
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Discover How Blepharoplasty Can Provide A Rejuvenated Appearance Through Our Eyelid Surgery Recovery Photos!
Patients who have browsed the eyelid surgery recovery photos on the Dr Lanzer website have already noticed the dramatic results a blepharoplasty can deliver. The same applies to the patient in the eyelid surgery recovery photos of this case study, where the patient took advantage of a blepharoplasty to reduce visible signs of ageing. To learn more about these eyelid surgery recovery photos, and blepharoplasty in general, please read the information provided by The Dr Lanzer Clinic below.
Which Problems Were Presented By The Patient In These Eyelid Surgery Recovery Photos?
The patient in the before and after photographs of case study 5 presented a significant amount of added skin on the eyelid; this made the upper eyelid visibly hang on the upper lash line. When comparing the upper eyelid and the lower eyelid of the patient in case study 5, it is clear that the problems of this patient are mainly focussed on the upper eyelid. Therefore, this patient was the appropriate candidate for excess skin removal of the upper eyelid.
Which Facelift Treatment Did Dr Lanzer Use To Correct The Problem?
Dr Lanzer executed an upper blepharoplasty, which entailed the removal of excess skin via specialised laser. The patient in question obtained an amazing result from the procedure. The excess skin causing the aged appearance was completely removed and the patient maintained a natural yet rejuvenated appearance.
The patient in case study 5 only had an upper blepharoplasty, which means that Dr Lanzer only had to perform the procedure on the upper eyelid. In other cases, Dr Lanzer needs to perform a blepharoplasty on both the upper and the lower eyelids. To see some examples of this procedure, please refer to other case studies that can be found on our website.
Can Eyelid Surgery Be An Alternative To The Brow Lift?
Even though a brow lift can provide the patient with some rejuvenating effects, many patients want to avoid this procedure because of the “startled appearance” the procedure may cause. The brow lift can be compared to the traditional facelift, expect in the case of the brow lift, the procedure is executed on the forehead.
To avoid the “startled appearance” many patients want to avoid, Dr Lanzer uses a modified version of the laser blepharoplasty. Thanks to this alternative facelift treatment, patients can still count on a rejuvenating appearance without the need for a brow lift or another facelift treatment.
In conclusion, the most invasive facelift procedures are not always the best procedures, especially when you consider the individual needs and wishes of the patient. To obtain the aesthetic goals the patient has in mind, Dr Lanzer will always discuss the aesthetic goals the patient envisioned for themselves before any type of procedure is considered or executed.
How Is A Blepharoplasty Performed?
A blepharoplasty procedure focusses on the removal of excess skin and protruding fat that causes an aged appearance for the patient in question. The operation can be executed under a local anaesthetic or a general anaesthetic. Local anaesthetic is one of the more common for cosmetic procedures nowadays; however, the use of general anaesthetic is still a possibility if the surgeon estimates a procedure that will take longer than the average.
During a regular blepharoplasty procedure, the surgeon will make incisions in the natural creases of the eyelids. The natural creases of the eyelids are situated just below the lashes of the lower eyelids and in the creases of the upper eyelids. The incision is then made a little longer towards the corner of the eyes. Once the incision is of the appropriate size, the surgeon can remove excess fat, skin or sagging muscle.
Patients who only have an excess amount of fat beneath the lower eyelid do not necessarily have to get an incision in the natural crease of the eye. In this instance, the surgeon can remove the excess fat through the inside of the lower eyelid. Unfortunately, this method cannot be implemented when skin much be removed from the lower eyelid.
Can The Blepharoplasty Be Combined With A Non-Surgical Rejuvenation Treatment?
In some cases, the cosmetic surgeon can combine a blepharoplasty with a non-surgical rejuvenation treatment, more specifically the laser skin resurfacing procedure. Laser skin resurfacing is executed by erbium laser and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by eliminating certain layers of the skin. If laser skin resurfacing is used after blepharoplasty, the patient may experience some minor redness of the skin during their recovery time. For more information about the combination of surgical procedures, please speak to Dr Lanzer.
How Do I Care For My Eyes After The Procedure?
After a blepharoplasty, it is essential to take good care of the eye region to speed up the recovery process. As a patient, there are several things you can do to promote the recovery process.
Following the first couple of days after a blepharoplasty procedure, patients can promote their recovery by sleeping on an extra pillow at night. By keeping your head elevated while you sleep, it is possible to reduce the swelling that often accompanies the recovery process after a blepharoplasty. If swelling is bothering you during the day, patients can also use some cold compresses to keep the swelling down.
In some cases, Dr Lanzer may recommend some eye drops or eye ointment after the procedure. The eye drops will keep the eyes clean and greatly reduce the chance of infection. The ointment can also speed up your recovery.
Most patients only experience some minor discomfort after their surgical procedure, so there is often no need for pain management medication. However, if a patient should experience some pain after their cosmetic surgery, they can easily manage it with pain medication that is available over the counter. In some cases, Dr Lanzer may prescribe something to manage the pain after the procedure. If you decide to take some over-the-counter medication during your healing process, it is recommended to contact the Dr Lanzer Clinic before you take anything. Some medications can hinder the recovery process or cause complications, so always contact the medical team at the Dr Lanzer Clinic to ensure that the medication you want to take is safe for you to use.
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Surgical Warning: Every form of surgery has a possibility of a complication and these are given to you in detail by Dr Lanzer. It is a good idea to understand your surgical procedure well, and to obtain further advice from another Specialist Cosmetic surgeon such as a Dermatologist like Dr Lanzer.
All photographs represent one person's experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients of Dr Lanzer. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken.
Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.