Eyelid Lift Coeur D Alene ID
Do you have a medicine cabinet chuck full of the creams and lotions, hot packs, with various brand names and none of them really worked for you to get rid of those dark circles and bags under your eyes? Do you have eyelids that have just gotten out of control, there is so much excess skin that it affects your sight? If you said yes, maybe it's time for blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery might give you the results that you hope for.
Over the course of your lifetime, the skin on your upper eyelid gets bigger and tends to hang down because of gravity. Every time that you bat an eyelid it causes the elastic fibers in the skin and the muscle fibers of your eyelid to expand. The stretching will ultimately form a hood over the eyelid that can alter your facial appearance. Women become aware of this development more than men because they apply makeup to their upper lids. Other causes for this over abundance of skin are heredity, allergies, and sometime if there is an excessive amount of swelling during pregnancy it can cause your upper eyelids to have an excess of skin.
If you are experiencing swollen or saggy lower eyelids you probably already know that this can make you look much older than you really are. This trouble occurs when the membrane under the lid becomes weaker with age, allowing the fatty protective tissue around the eye to bulge forward. This pressure on the skin and muscles of the lower eyelid stretches them and that when you become aware of the puffiness or bags under your eyes. This can be caused by heredity and has been known to start in people as early as 10 years of age.
The fatty tissue can also hold water that will make your eyelids puffy in the morning when you wake up. Over the course of the day the fluid drains, but this added pressure only intensifies what aging has already begun. So you can see why surgery is necessary and why creams and lotions are not going to assist you in this area in any way. You need to treat the root of the problem and have eyelid surgery or and eyelid lift .
In this procedure excess skin, muscle and fatty tissue that has accumulated are removed from the upper eyelids through an incision that is hidden in the natural creases above the eyelids. Even without makeup, the scars are very difficult to see.
For the lower lids, fatty tissue is removed by means of a transconjunctival process which simply means that the surgery is performed through the inside part of your eyelid so there won't be a visible scar associated with this procedure either. If you have excessive skin or muscle folds below your eye, it may be necessary for an incision to be made just below the base of your lashes. The fine scar is barely visible once the incision heals.
This cosmetic eyelid surgery is performed under local anesthesia and sometimes with light sedation. You will need someone to drive you home after the procedure. Bruising and swelling are normal after surgery and may take about a week to become less noticeable.
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