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Does It Hurt As The Stitches Are Taken Out After Blepharoplasty
Are stitches used in blepharoplasty? Does the surgeon actually put stitches in the eyelids during blepharoplasty, or are the incisions closed some other way?
How do I avoid ending up with that overly surprised look from a blepharoplasty? How can I be assured that i won't look like one of those stretched, permanently surprised looking people after my blepharoplasty?
What are the possible complications of blepharoplasty? What possible complications should I be prepared for after blepharoplasty?
Will blepharoplasty improve vision? Is it possible that my vision will improve after blepharoplasty?
Visual field yes: You visual acuity, how well you see, should not be changed by eyelid surgery. The exception is some blurriness or improvement due to post operative swelling. Long term, however, your vision should be the same. You visual fields, how large an area you can see, is often improved in the upper and outer directions due to removal of the redundant, visual field obstructing skin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After having a blepharoplasty procedure, is it common for the eyelids to go back to how they were before the operation?
It lasts: A blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery sculpts the lid skin and bulging fat around the eyes to yield a wide awake and pretty appearance. Since there is a finite or limited amount of skin and fat around the eyes the results are long lasting. www.artofplasticsurgey.com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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