How to look younger with one easy procedure?

Beraja Medical Institute is the professional place to get your eyelid surgery. 

What type of anesthesia do we use? 

Eyelid surgery is usually performed under local anesthesia which numbs the area around the eyes along with oral or intravenous sedatives. Certain Some surgeons prefer general anesthesia and in that case, you will sleep throughout the operation. 

How is the eyelid Surgery?

A Blepharoplasty surgery usually takes one to three hours depending on the type of surgery. If the surgeon will work on all four eyelids, the procedure will likely start with your upper eyelids and then your lower eyelids. In a typical procedure, your surgeon makes incisions that follow the natural lines of your eyelids— the folds of your upper eyelids and just below the eyelashes on your lower eyelid.

The incisions can extend to the crow's feet or lines that form when you smile in the outer corners of your eyes. Working through these incisions your surgeon separates the skin from the inner fatty tissue and muscle, removes excessive fat and usually cuts off the fallen skin and muscles. The incisions are then closed with very fine sutures.

 If you have a bag of fat under your lower eyelids but there is no need to remove your skin, your surgeon is likely to perform a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. In this procedure, the incision is made inside the lower eyelid without leaving any visible scars. This is usually done in patients who have thicker, more elastic skin. 

If you want to look years younger and regain the vision you want, make your appointment now at for a consultation with our eye surgeons. 




Team Beraja Medical

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