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All You Need to Know About Eyelid Rejuvenation

Your eyes are one of the first things people notice about your appearance. To many people, the eyes are the “window to the soul.” However, aging or genetic factors may cause one’s eyelids to sag and droop, giving off an older or tired appearance.

Eyelid rejuvenation surgery, which is medically known as blepharoplasty, can help you address this tired appearance. With this procedure, you can minimize the bags and puffiness around your eyes and achieve a younger, more energetic look. 

How Eyelid Rejuvenation Works

The eyelid rejuvenation procedure begins with the surgeon inserting opaque contact lenses in your eyes. This makes it feel as if you are closing your eyes during the procedure.

Next, the surgeon administers local anesthesia around your eyelids to numb the pain. Then, the surgeon carries out the surgery by making a small incision close to your lashes. You don’t necessarily have to undergo multiple eyelid surgeries. One blepharoplasty procedure will generally produce the desired results.(1)

Pros of the Eyelid Rejuvenation Procedure

Many benefits can come out of the eyelid rejuvenation procedure, some of which include:

Improved vision: While many undergo eyelid rejuvenation to enhance their beauty, the procedure can improve vision by reducing puffiness and drooping. More color to the eyes: A drooping eyelid makes it difficult for light to get to the iris. After blepharoplasty, more light can enter the iris, giving the eyes more color. Fewer migraines: Though the aim of blepharoplasty is not to solve migraine issues, many people attest to relief and, in some cases, the total disappearance of migraines after the procedure. More accurate facial expressions: The eyes are a large part of non-verbal communication. Drooping people feelings contact

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