A: In most instances, patients can return to work within 7 to 10 days.
A: The results of blepharoplasty last for many years. The tissues around the eyes will continue to age naturally over time.
A: Incisions are made in the natural creases of the eyelids and sometimes completely hidden inside the lower eyelid to make scarring as inconspicuous as possible.
A: Most individuals can wear contact lenses about one to two weeks after surgery is performed.
A: Yes, in some cases eyelid surgery may be covered by medical insurance, especially if it is performed to correct drooping upper eyelids that impair vision.
A: Although most individuals are in their 40s and beyond when they undergo eyelid surgery, some people may decide to undergo the procedure in their 30s and occasionally even in their 20s.