Blepharoplasty 2 eyelids

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Post-surgical swelling will reduce over time. Many people find that blepharoplasty makes a real difference to their appearance, especially if they had very loose upper lid skin or large bags underneath their eyes. Your final results will show within several weeks, but it may take up to a year for incision (cut) lines to fully heal.

Possible risks of eyelid surgery include:Infection and bleeding; Dry, irritated eyes; Difficulty closing your eyes or other eyelid problems; Noticeable scarring; Injury to eye muscles; Skin discoloration; The need for a follow-up surgery; Temporarily blurred vision or, rarely, loss of eyesight; Risks associated with surgery in general, including reaction to anesthesia and blood clots.
"Before your eyelid surgery, you'll undergo: A physical examination. Your surgeon will conduct a physical examination, which may include testing your tear production and measuring parts of your eyelids. A vision examination. Your eye doctor will examine your eyes and test your vision, including your peripheral vision. This is needed to support an insurance claim. Eyelid photography. Your eyes will be photographed from different angles. These photos help with planning the surgery, assessing its immediate and long-term effects, and supporting an insurance claim."
 If you are serious about undergoing surgery, you should try to quit smoking.