Learning About Tattoo Removal

Hello, my name is Molly. When I was a young teen, I thought it was unendingly cool to tattoo myself with band quotes and interesting symbols. I did not care about placement or ink spread. In fact, I did not worry about the impact of those tattoos at all. Unfortunately, upon graduating college, I was covered in tattoos that were making it difficult to find a job in my field. Luckily, I was able to undergo tattoo removal procedures to remove the ink from my body. I will use my website to help other people understand the process of having their tattoos professionally removed. Please visit again soon.

Getting Older and Have Droopy Eyelids? The Blepharoplasty Procedure Can Help


As you age, wrinkles can slowly creep up on you and before you know it, you will not recognize yourself when you look into a mirror. Skin also starts to sag in different areas, including around your eyes. Droopy eyelids can drastically change your appearance and making you look older. Fortunately, there are procedures that can be done to help with this problem. One of these procedures is known as blepharoplasty. Below is information about what blepharoplasty is, as well as information about the procedure so you will know what to expect. 

Blepharoplasty Procedure

Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic surgery that can be performed by a plastic surgeon. This will involve removing excess fat and skin from under your eyelids. Droopy eyelids are caused by stretched skin, which happens as you get older. The muscles in your face cannot handle the extra weight of the skin once it starts to droop. This will cause the skin under your eyebrows to sag, your upper eyelids to become droopy, and you will also notice you have bags under your eyes. 

In most cases, you will not be admitted to the hospital as this is done as an outpatient. The cosmetic surgeon will first inject a medication into the area that will numb you completely. If you are nervous, the surgeon can give you medication intravenously that will help relax you.

During the Blepharoplasty Procedure

When working on your upper lid, the surgeon makes an incision in the area and removes excess fat and skin and then closes the incision. For your lower lids, the surgeon makes an incision below your eyelashes and then redistributes and excess skin and fat and then closes the incision.  

You will be awake during the procedure but will not feel pain. The surgeon will talk to you throughout the surgery explaining to you what they are doing in most cases. 

After the Blepharoplasty Procedure

When the procedure is finished, you will put into a recovery room. Nurses will then monitor you closely for a certain period of time. How long will depend on how the procedure went. Once the nurses see you have no complications you will be sent home.

The doctor will give you complete instructions on how to properly care for your incisions. You will have to return to the surgeon in a few days to have the area checked.

To learn more, visit a plastic surgery center. They can give you much more information about this procedure.


16 October 2020