Upper Eyelid Surgery

With the advancing age, the upper eyelid skin becomes loose and sagging, as well as herniation in the fat tissues in this area occures, which makes the person look old, tired and sad. Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is a surgical procedure used to get rid of the uncomfortable appearance of the person. In upper eyelid surgery, excess skin can be removed, herniated fat tissues can be removed, or the upper eyelid can be made more aesthetically acceptable by transferring it to the empty areas. Satisfaction rates in upper eyelid surgeries can reach up to 80%-90%.

How is Upper Eyelid Surgery Performed?

The operation can be performed under both local anesthesia and general anesthesia. The operation process is determined in line with the preference and health status of the person. An incision is made in the upper eyelid fold, and the skin, muscle tissue and fat pads are intervened according to the patient's needs. Stitches are removed after 8-10 days, the patient can return to his active life after 10 days.