Eyelid surgery results in an aesthetic improvement and a better functioning of the eyelid, by removing or remodelling the skin, the muscle tissue and the fat tissue in excess.
This will be personalised for each patient. In a small percentage of patients, the procedure may be associated with postoperative complications; some are transient and resolve without need for further action (post-surgical hematoma, post-surgical ptosis), while others require surgical correction.
These complications are often due to an initial overcorrection of the defect, resulting in dissatisfaction with the look and functioning of the eyes.
Oculoplastic surgeons are eye doctors who are specialised in eyelid and facial plastic surgery.
During the consultation, the oculoplastic surgeon will examine the eyelids and face of the patient, the functionality of the eye in relation to the position of the eyelids, as well as any other aesthetic problems.
Each patient will be advised and recommended the most appropriate and new techniques, according to the latest guidelines of the international professional associations
Post-surgical complications that require the intervention of an experienced oculoplastic surgeon may be the following:
The operation will be personalised in order to preserve a natural look, to reflect the patient’s personality and the individuality of his/her image, as well as to respect the needs expressed to the surgeon during the pre-surgical interview
Surgical options will be thoroughly considered in order to resolve the unsatisfactory outcome of surgery, depending on each individual case.
Each patient will be guided to and advised on the most suitable and latest surgical treatments, based on the most updated guidelines of the international surgical associations
The correction of the defect will be highly personalised for each patient.
The scars are almost invisible, because the incisions are made in the natural lines of the face. The corrective procedures will create a more natural look and be as close as possible to the initial expectations of the patient.
The symptoms related to post-operative defects will be significantly attenuated, with improved lubrication of the ocular surface and a better blink dynamic.
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