There are many reasons why a person wants cosmetic eyelid surgery, but the two most common reasons are improved vision and a more youthful appearance. The skin around the eyes tends to sag or sag as people get older, giving an old-fashioned or tired look and can sometimes even interfere with vision. This can be corrected with cosmetic surgery in the upper eyelid that both restores vision and gives a more attentive or youthful appearance. When a person develops lower bags, it can also be corrected with cosmetic surgery in the lower lid.

Cosmetic upper eyelid surgery removes excess skin from the upper lid and therefore tightens the sagging skin around the eyes. Sometimes muscles are also removed if they have been weakened and also stick together. This type of cosmetic upper eyelid surgery is also called an eye lift; eyelid lift would be a more accurate description. Cosmetic eye lifts are completely optional, not medically necessary, and rarely covered by medical insurance. Cosmetic surgery lasts for about ten years before it has to be repeated, because like the rest of your face, your eyes continue to age. The typical cost range for eyelid lifts falls somewhere between two thousand and five thousand dollars depending on whether the baggy eyelid surgery includes both upper and lower eyelids or just one or the other.

If your problem is lower bags, it is likely that your cosmetic surgery with lower lids is performed with small incisions below your lash line or even one on the inside of your lower eyelid, which is called a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. Using this procedure, your cosmetic surgeon can easily remove not only skin but fat from the eyelid. Sometimes the lower eyelid surgery is accompanied by laser flattening of the eyelid skin to further reduce small lines and wrinkles. The overall result of cosmetic surgery with lower lids is to improve the shape of the lower lids and correct sagging. If the bags with the lower lid result in the opposite problem - a hollow or sunken look, grease is added to the lower lid under transconjunctival blepharosplastic to fill them up. Since bags with lower lids have no effect on vision or eye function, cosmetic surgery with lower lids is never covered by insurance. visit: https://www.acuramedischcentrum.nl/

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There are many reasons why a person wants cosmetic eyelid surgery, but the two most common reasons are improved vision and a more youthful appearance.