Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, is a non-invasive procedure that consists of correcting excess skin and fat pockets on the upper and lower eyelids.

Although bags under the eyes worsen as we age, these unsightly problems can appear at any age. The objective of this aesthetic treatment is to rejuvenate the look, eliminating the appearance of aging and tiredness.

The upper blepharoplasty operation is an outpatient procedure performed under local anesthesia, and takes approximately 45 minutes.

The postoperative period is simple; the points on the upper eyelids are removed after six days and the scars are hidden. The bruises that may appear can be hidden with makeup from the fourth day.

The lower bags are usually removed transconjunctivally (through a small incision inside the eyelid), with the advantage of not leaving obvious scars and not requiring stitches.

After the intervention, discomfort and swelling may appear on the eyelids and the excess skin will disappear at the same time as the inflammation. Sometimes additional laser or surgical treatment may be necessary.



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Upper lower blepharoplasty with lipofilling


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Blepharoplasty is the plastic surgery procedure most commonly known as eyelid or bag surgery. This intervention allows the surgeon to correct droopy or bulging eyes, dark circles or bags under the eyes that give an appearance of tiredness or older. During the procedure, excess fat, muscle, and skin are removed from the upper eyelid, resulting in a fresher, more youthful appearance. When the lower eyelids are treated, the incision is made along the lash line and lower eyelid creases. In this way, excess fat, muscle and skin are reduced and the incision is closed with tiny sutures. The surgery is performed through the transconjunctival approach, that is, the incision is made inside the lower eyelid.

There are alternatives to this surgery to improve the eye area and rejuvenate the look, such as the application of hyaluronic acid, botox, laser or radiofrequency. But in case of excess skin or bags, the solution that gives the best results is blepharoplasty.

Given the characteristics of the skin of the eyelids and the location of the incisions in natural folds, the scars are very discreet and almost imperceptible. However, as in all surgeries, the maturation period of the scars must be waited for, which in this case will be at least 3 months. Likewise, in cases where the bags are corrected, the incision is made inside the lower eyelid and nothing can be seen externally.

The duration of an eyelid or bag surgery is between 45′ and 1 hour and a half, depending on the complexity of each case.

No, plastic surgery of the eyelids or bags is ambulatory. Consequently, the patient is discharged the same day of the intervention, after a period of observation.

It will be necessary to perform a blood test, an electrocardiogram and a complete ophthalmological report (vision, dry eyes, etc.).

Blepharoplasty is performed under local anesthesia and sedation. If the intervention is combined with another type of surgery, it will be done under general anesthesia.

Before an eyelid operation, it is recommended not to smoke or take medications that can alter blood coagulation (such as some pain relievers or some natural products). In patients who usually take anticoagulants, the doctor will indicate the suspension.

In most cases, you should fast for at least 6-7 hours before the time of surgery. It is advisable not to wear metal that is in direct contact with the body (such as earrings, chains, watches, rings, etc.). It is also recommended to go without makeup or nail polish.

Recovery from a blepharoplasty is very fast. The inflammation and bruising, which may come out, will disappear in a few days. Post-operative edema (swelling) varies by patient and with the procedures performed. In general, there is a lot of inflammation during the first 3-4 days, but it will decrease until day 8 and, in general, it will be resolved after 15 days.

The postoperative period of a blepharoplasty is not painful. However, analgesics will be prescribed to control possible discomfort or pain. In addition, the application of a cold mask (Hiloterapia) will help reduce discomfort and recovery time.

As a general rule, people who undergo this type of surgery are healthy patients, so there should be no complications. However, patients may present a slight asymmetry during healing or scarring, swelling and blurred or double vision, but these are temporary effects that will disappear.

This surgery does not affect the patient’s vision, since the organ of sight is not modified. The structures that are modified are all extraocular.

It is recommended to wear sunglasses during the day, limit exposure to sunlight, and apply moisturizing drops to prevent dry eyes. In addition, for the next 48 hours after surgery, it is advisable to avoid smoking and taking medications that may promote bleeding. Patients should protect themselves from direct sunlight (SPF 50+) and extreme temperatures (such as saunas, thermal treatments, or freezing weather) for the first two weeks. In the same way, one week after the intervention you can begin to apply specific creams and lymphatic drainage will be performed to speed up recovery and improve results.

The first days after the operation, it is best to sleep on your back, keeping the head higher than the chest, using pillows for greater comfort.

The result after a blepharoplasty begins to be appreciated from the second week after the intervention and improves during the first month and a half.

There is no ideal age to have plastic surgery of the eyelids/bags. It will depend on when the problem appears.

In the upper eyelids it is possible to repeat the intervention, while in the lower eyelids, our recommendation is not to do it more than twice.

Patients should avoid strenuous activities, at least for the first two weeks after the operation. Likewise, the time will depend on the type of exercise or sport.

In treatments with fillers (hyaluronic acid), it is better to wait a few months if they have been placed in the grooves or dark circles, or remove them with hyaluronidase. In the rest of the cases, such as botulinum toxin, there are no contraindications.

After a transconjunctival pocket surgery, the patient will be able to put on makeup during the first week, since there is no incision in the skin. In cases of eyelid surgery in which there is an incision in the skin and stitches, it is advisable to wait 2 days after having them removed.

You will be able to shower normally two days after the intervention, unless the doctor indicates otherwise.

After an upper blepharoplasty you will probably be able to wear contact lenses by the end of the first week. However, after a lower blepharoplasty you will have to wait two weeks.

Labor incorporation will depend fundamentally on the type of work. You could probably start work in two days, if you work from home with a computer. On the contrary, if it is a job that requires physical effort, it is advisable to rest for a week or two.