Eyelid surgery (technically called blepharoplasty) is an intervention that eliminates excess skin and reduces fat pockets, making the upper and lower eyelids smoother, contributing to a younger appearance.
Over the years, the accumulation of skin on the upper eyelids and the prominence of fat bags on the lower eyelids, which contribute to an aging and tired appearance, are very common, and in the case of lower eyelids, these may interfere with vision. However, blepharoplasty does not eliminate black circles around the eyes, small wrinkles commonly called "crow's feet", which develop in the side of the orbit or in the fall of the eyebrow. Thus, it is possible to complement blepharoplasty with other more or less invasive procedures (an eyebrow lift, the treatment of the dark circles or the wrinkles with Botulinum toxin) for the best result.
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