Blepharoplasty and Ptosis Repair turkey

Eyelid surgery can be done due to various reasons. It can go beyond restoring function and appearance by potentially improving vision caused by excess skin sagging in front of the eye. Eyelid surgery is most commonly undertaken for cosmetic reason to improve an aged appearance or hooded heaviness.

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Ptosis is when the upper eyelid droops over the eye.

By correcting the fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles, and under-eye bags that can make you look tired, grumpy and older, blepharoplasty is able to give you a fresh and well rested look. Areas commonly targeted by this procedure are the upper and lower eyelids, including the hollows beneath the eyes and the tear troughs.

Although it is a partially comfortable process for patients, ptosis operation is one of the finest and most complex operations of oculoplastic surgery. Care must be taken to adjust the levels of both eyelids in millimetric scale, maintenance of microstructure of the tissues that are operated on and their protection during adjustment of eyelid levels, that is, not to cause postoperative problems such as impairment of eyelid shape and its function, remaining open, and inability to be closed.

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Many individuals choose blepharoplasty to reduce the appearance of bags under their eyes, to eliminate droopy and tired looking eyelids, and to restore peripheral vision that has been impaired by severely sagging eyelid skin. Eyelid surgery only fixes peripheral vision that is blocked by droopy eyelids. There are many other causes of peripheral vision loss, including glaucoma, occlusions, a detached retina or a compression of the optic nerve. If you are experiencing peripheral vision loss, it is important to schedule an appointment with our eye doctor for a thorough examination and diagnosis.

Since the surgery is performed on an outpatient basis, you will be allowed to go home and recover as soon as the local anesthetic has worn off, and it has been determined that it is safe for you to return home. Recovery times vary. In general, your stitches, if not self-dissolving, will be removed after 10 days, and most patients are fully recovered after one month. However, recovery can take longer.

Ptosis is a condition when the eyelid drops down and covers part of the eye. If the eyelid drops far enough to cover some of the pupil then it may affect the peripheral vision. Ptosis can be present at birth or it can develop later in life. If the ptosis is severe in young children it can affect the development of normal vision.

There is no correct age for obtaining eyelid surgery. Excessive skin in the upper lids, or bulging fat in the lower lids are commonly seen with signs of aging. The exact age depends on your heredity. Certainly, women in their forties and fifties comprise the majority of patients. If you are in good health without serious eye problems, your age alone should not keep you from having this procedure.

Eyelid surgery is very successful in patients who have been properly educated and have reasonable expectations. Realistic expectation on the part of the patient is critical to success. Sagging tissue of the eyelids and bulging fat pads can certainly be removed.

Yes, but it is much less common than ptosis in one eye. Ptosis in both eyes is called bilateral ptosis.

Naturally, ptosis that occurs in both eyes can restrict vision even more than unilateral ptosis. This can make symptoms like aching and dry or watery eyes even more noticeable.

Many of the causes listed above, including injuries, illnesses and other medical disorders, can result in bilateral ptosis. The process of aging can also cause varying degrees of ptosis in both eyes.

Three different ptosis surgery options are available. Which type of surgery is recommended depends on the degree, cause and type of ptosis. Two types involve the eyelid muscles, while a third involves attaching the eyelid to the brow muscle and using it to help open the eyelid.

During the most common surgery, levator enhancement, a surgeon makes an incision in the upper eyelid and changes how the eyelid’s levator (literally, “lifting”) muscle attaches to connective tissue. Abnormal position or function of the levator muscle is typically responsible for congenital ptosis visible at birth or shortly thereafter.

After surgery and recovery, the patient should be able to open the affected eyelid(s) to a more normal level.