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Eyelid correction – a second youthful look

Blepharoplasty is an aesthetic medicine procedure dedicated to patients who want to change the appearance of the upper and/or lower eyelids for both health and aesthetic reasons. It allows you to restore the face's rested appearance and make it look younger, improve the shape of the eye, making it easier to apply makeup, reduce bags under the eyes and wrinkles around them, and increase the field of vision, improving the patient's quality of life.

Patients from various age groups are eligible for the procedure because problems with sagging skin or weakness of the orbicularis oculi muscle result from both age and genetic predispositions, and are also the result of exposure to environmental factors, including: UV radiation.

What does the procedure look like?

The primary goal of blepharoplasty is to remove excess loose skin on the upper eyelid and to restore the proper degree of tension to the fascial structures. We can also improve the appearance of the so-called "tear valleys" and lift the drooping corners of the eyes. Before the procedure, we perform a consultation that qualifies the patient for it. Due to natural anatomical differences, each patient has slightly different needs, which affects the scope of blepharoplasty.

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia or short-term general anesthesia. The procedure differs depending on the eyelid. In the case of the upper eyelid, the incision is made in the palpebral fold, i.e. the place that constitutes its natural depression. After opening the tissues excess skin is removed. Depending on the need the doctor may also correct the orbicularis oculi muscle and excess peribulbar fat tissue. Then he shapes the natural crease of the eyelid, sews it with very thin threads and applies a bandage. In the area of the lower eyelid the incision is made from its inner side. After opening it, excess fat is removed and, as a result, "bags" under the eyes are reduced. If the patient also has loose skin, the incision is made exactly at the eyelash line in order to reduce the amount of skin in this area while removing fat.

Important additional information

Patient qualified for the procedure should have the following tests performed before it:

  • Blood count with smear
  • Blood coagulation factors (APTT/INR)
  • Electrolot level (Na-sodium, K-potassium)

You cannot consume aspirin or vitamin E 10 days before the procedure. Women should not undergo surgery during menstruation.

Post-operative recovery

After the procedure, the patient goes straight home, but as a surgical procedure blepharoplasty requires from several days to several weeks of convalescence, depending on the natural predispositions of the patient's body. The bandage is removed the second day after the procedure. The first days after surgery are characterized by slight swelling and bruising around the eyes. During this time, we suggest using cold compresses, avoiding unnecessary physical exertion, and using special ointments to accelerate healing. You should also use fresh towels when washing and change pillowcases. It is also recommended to avoid sun exposure. Depending on the rate of swelling disappearance, post-operative sutures are removed 7 to 14 days after the procedure. After about two weeks, patients can apply makeup. The cutting lines become pale and invisible over time. The full effect of the treatment is visible a few weeks after its completion and lasts for years.



  • Reduction of eyelid ptosis
  • "Opening" the eye
  • Reduction of wrinkles around the eyes
  • Improved visual comfort
  • Changing the shape of the eye


  • Lifting the upper eyelid
  • Reduction of bags under the eyes
  • Tear trough reduction
  • Lifting the corners of the eyes


  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • viral and bacterial infections
  • tendency towards keloids
  • abnormal test results
  • cancer

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