Do Patients Ever Experience Vision Problems After Eyelid Surgery?

Eyelid surgery, or an eyelid lift, known medically as blepharoplasty, is a procedure wherein a cosmetic surgeon removes skin and fatty tissue from above, or below the eyes to make your eyes look more youthful. It is able to correct wrinkles, reduce puffy bags, and tighten heavy lids, working to open and rejuvenate your eyes. Patients don’t typically experience vision impairments after eyelid surgery but swelling around the eye can sometimes cause temporary problems that go away after a few weeks. These problems include dry eye and blurry vision. The length of the impairments, however, generally depends on what kind of surgery you have had. If you have had excess skin removed from the top of your eyelid, and therefore have complete closure of the…

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August 1, 2016
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Four Ways to Make your Eyes Bigger

There is something inherently alluring and attractive about big eyes, ones that are plump and vibrant, not drab and not droopy. Since our eyes are a focal point of our faces, loose and sagging skin near the base of the eyelids is often perceived as unappealing. Fortunately, there are numerous ways to make one’s eyes…

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May 27, 2015
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