FACİAL REJUVENATİON WİTH LASER1 Temmuz 2022
PROMİNENT EAR SURGERY1 Temmuz 2022
Blepharoplasty or eyelid rejuvenation surgery is often performed on people over the age of 40. In short, this is the removal of excess skin on the eyelids and the excision of the fatty tissue that causes bagging or its restoration with fascia. Thus, you will have a younger and rested bright look.
Blepharoplasty can be performed on the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or in conjunction with other facial surgeries. The scars usually disappear completely. In addition to the surgery, laser tightening of the eyelids can also be done.
Signs of Aging Affecting the Eye Area:
Eyelids are where aging manifests itself the most and attracts the most attention. Wrinkling of the skin is almost inevitable in the advancing age in the eyelids, which are both very mobile and very thin skinned by their nature. All the sagging and loosening that starts around them also affect the eyelids.
- The forehead goes down with age. Along with the forehead, the eyebrows begin to fall over the upper eyelids. Eyelids, which do not have the strength to carry such a load, slide down.
- There is a membrane that surrounds the eyeball and separates the fat bags that support it from the lower eyelids. This is an elastic membrane and acts as a barrier. With advancing age, this membrane loosens and becomes unable to carry the weight of the fat bags. Thus, the oils carry outward and we see them as “eye bags”.
- The skin of the eyelids is the thinnest skin in the body. It is also adhered to the very mobile muscles underneath. Therefore, with every eye movement, the skin of the eye becomes a little more wrinkled and sagging. Side wrinkles called “crowbars” around the eyes are an example of this.
- In custody, a deep hollow appears on the upper border of the cheeks. This is due to the drooping of the cheeks.
- In standard eyelid surgeries, the eyelid skin, thin muscle layer under the skin and fat filling the eye bags are removed. Although this is a very common surgery, it is often disappointing to patients. The reason for this is that some of the main problems I mentioned above do not belong to the operated tissues, but to other neighboring structures such as cheeks and forehead. For example, most of the clumps on the upper eyelids come from drooping eyebrows.