What is blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty is one of the facial cosmetic surgeries most demanded by patients, both women and men, and is indicated to remove excess skin or fat on the upper and/or lower eyelids.
- Upper blepharoplasty: we perform it through a minimal incision that leaves no visible scar, as it is hidden in the eyelid fold.
- Lower blepharoplasty: we can perform it internally, accessing the eyelid through the conjunctiva, or externally, through a small incision under the eyelashes.
This surgery allows us to rejuvenate your look and, in order to maximise its effects, we can associate it with other cosmetic surgery techniques, such as eyebrow surgery, or non-surgical treatments, such as peelings.
Consult the specialists in eye and facial aesthetics at the Miranza centres to receive customised advice and, based on a comprehensive assessment of your face, find the most suitable solutions for you.
Problems treated by blepharoplasty
We can also perform this technique to improve periocular sagging, the look of tired eyes or dark circles.
When we perform blepharoplasty to treat certain types of eyelid ptosis, the purpose of the surgery is not merely aesthetic, as correcting a drooping eyelid improves the visual field.