Lower Eyelid in Thailand, the surgeon makes the incision in an inconspicuous site along the lash line and smile creases of the lower lid. Excess fat, muscle, and skin are then trimmed away before the incision is closed with fine sutures. Eyelid puffiness caused primarily by excess fat may be corrected by a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. The incision in this case is made inside the lower eyelid, and excess fatty material is removed. When sutures are used to close this kind of incision, they are invisible to the eye. They are also commonly self-dissolving and leave no visible scar.
How is Lower Eyelid performed?
It can take from one to two hours. Lower Eyelid in Thailand performs as an outpatient, no overnight stay requires. If you have had a local anesthetic, you will usually be able to go home when you feel ready. If you have had a general anesthetic, you may need to rest until the affects of the anesthetic have passed.
What do I need to do to prepare for Lower Eyelid surgery?
Your plastic surgeon may have some specific instructions for you to follow the day before your surgery, such as
• Abstaining from eating or drinking after midnight the day of your surgery.
• Taking certain medications or adjusting your current medications
• Stopping smoking well in advance of surgery
• Avoiding taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements due to the risk of increased bleeding.
What are risks involved with a Lower Eyelid surgery?
The risks of Lower Eyelid in Thailand are fairly minimal but include poor healing, persistent fat or loose skin and muscle, dry eyes, and very rarely, visual changes or loss.
How is aftercare for surgery?
You will have some swelling around your eyes after the operation. You can help to reduce the swelling by applying a cold compress, such as ice wrapped in a towel. Don’t put ice directly on your skin as this can damage your skin.
How is Lower Eyelid in recovery in Thailand?
Usually patients have a short recovery time after blepharoplasty. Although bruising and swelling is usually worse on the day after surgery, they quickly begin to disappear. During the first 48 hours the use of cool compresses can greatly reduce bruising and swelling around the eyes and face. Light activity such as walking will also help speed healing. Thin bandages are usually placed over the incision sites and removed in several days, while the stitches can remain in the skin for about a week. Sometimes self-absorbing stitches are used that do not require removal. Result
I had my Eyelid surgery in Thailand done and I was very happy that I made right decision. Thanks for all lovely staff and our surgeon ....