Blepharoplasty is a delicate operation and a workshop.
This is the elimination of excess, overhanging skin on the upper and lower eyelids, paraorbital hernias (bags under the eyes), as well as more clearly “drawn” furrows.
Based on the individual characteristics of the face, the surgeon decides on the method of operation. Excess paraorbital fiber can be removed, and can be stitched in a special way so as not to get a sunken eyeball.
In general, maintaining the individual shape of the eye is, in my opinion, a priority. It is important here that after the operation the eye does not become round, the so-called “bird’s eye”, which refers to the undesirable consequences of blepharoplasty.
Unfortunately, patients do not think about such nuances before surgery. But this is professionalism so that all these factors are taken into account.
Well-performed blepharoplasty restores a young look to the eyes, erases “fatigue”.
As a rule, the operation takes place under local anesthesia. Sutures are removed on the 2nd or 3rd day and special plasters (ster – strips) are placed.
Photo circular facelift contain performed upper and lower blepharoplasty. it is possible to more objectively evaluate the preservation of the natural shape of the eye, the proportion and, of course, the anti-aging effect of the operation performed.
Courses for: nurses, dentists, doctors, midwives, paramedics, pharmacists, and physiotherapists
- Introduction / the merger of cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgery in treating the aging periorbital area
- Anatomy of the periorbital region
- Clinical findings in the aging periorbital area
- Pre-operative history and physical examination
- Detailing the pre and post-operative instructions for a successful outcome
- Effective cosmeceuticals for the periorbital area / retin a, stem cells / what works and what does not work
- Topical and local anesthesia / how to effectively block the periorbital area
- Dermal stampling / transdermal delivery of products
- Injectables for volume correction and wrinkle improvement / fat, stem cells, platlet rich plasma, hyaluronic acid, radiesse, sculptra, botulinum toxin
- Danger zones related to the vascular anatomy of the periorbital area
- Energy based devices for periorbital rejuvenation:
- Radiofrequency energy
- Ultrasonic energy
- Addition and subtraction upper and lower lid blepharoplasty surgical procedures-indications, options, techniques
- Upper lid blepharoplasty: step-‐by-‐step technique marking
- An aesthesia skin incision
- skin/muscle excision
- management of roof and orbital fat defining the crease
- closure and aftercare and removal of sutures
- lower lid blepharoplasty: step-‐by-‐step technique
- transconjunctival approach
- anaesthesia incision dissection
- fat excision versus septal reset
- Transcutaneous subciliary approach
- marking anaesthesia incision
- dissection: skin, skin-‐muscle flap orbicularis oculi muscle sling for lower
- lid support
- Excision and closure