Blepharoplasty – What You Should Know

Your eyes are the window to your Soul. What do other people think? You look into their eyes… They look back. A person with drooping eyelids, wrinkled, permanently tired hangdog haggered look in his eyes will not be able to communicate the Joy of his or her Soul. Indeed, there will be no joy.  Do people think you are angry or tired when really you are not? Do you look older than you feel? If so, treating the eye area may be your answer.

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Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) can correct hollows around the eyes, loose skin, and fine lines and wrinkles. Unlike many other surgeons, who are as yet trying to achieve a natural, “non-pulled” look, Dr. Gregory Fisher has brought this art to perfection. He truly reshapes both the upper and lower eyelid as well as relocates the excess tissue that surrounds the eyeslids. The result is not only obvious and apparent, but also underlying – added strength in the surrounding muscles and tendons.

Blepharoplasty is typically performed to remove excess eyelid skin that causes loss of peripheral vision by blocking a person’s line of sight, causing difficulty with daily activities such as driving and reading. Upper eyelid blepharoplasty can be done both to improve one’s vision or for cosmetic purposes.  Lower eyelid blepharoplasty is always done for cosmetic reasons, since it improves the physical appearance of the eyes by removing the “eye bags” and reduces the wrinkling of the skin in the area.

Many patients are worried excessively about complications. “The only complications I have had,” Dr.Fisher says, “have always been the result of the patient’s not following my instructions. After the surgery, most patients will experience bruising and swelling that lasts about seven to ten days. There is no reason to worry. Patients sometimes call me in the middle of the night, only to find out that they are experiencing a natural healing process. Naturally, after blepharoplasty, patients should have ample time to rest their eyes and should avoid wearing eye makeup and contact lenses during the recovery period.”

”Sometimes,” Dr.Fisher continues, complications may arise from the patient’s concealment of his or her condition. It is very important to disclose any prior surgeries to us, hospitalizations, and, in connection with blepharoplasty any headaches, eye surgeries etc. Patients sometimes do not think that a prior eye surgery they had 2 years ago can have any detrimental effects. Well, it can. In such cases, if you want perfect result, you have to provide your full medical history. It is too late for me to get in touch with your ophthalmologist after the problems arise…”

“One of my patients intentionally did not disclose her eye surgery. Two days after a successful procedure, excessive bleeding occurred, which resulted in abnormal folding of the eyelid skin. It took another surgery to correct the defect. Subsequent healing took five months instead of five days. We are surgeons – doctors, artists in many ways – we are not omnipotent and omniscient. The more open the patient is and the more they confide in me with respect to their past medical history, the better the result will be in the end. A simple breach of the post-operative instructions, such as bending over to put on an item of clothing or – as was the case in one of my patients – to catheterize herself – can ruin a perfect surgical result. It is sad, but it happens.”

That is why we inform you on this blog what you may not be fully aware of, and which will save you a lot of time and money. Only patients who obey the instructions of Dr.Fisher and disclose all their prior medical history can expect a perfect result.

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