What Is Double Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
We all want a good looking physique. Some may not put too much attention on theirs or just does not care at all but some really put a lot of effort in terms of looking better. Most of the time, people work out to tone their body shape and muscles so they would only not look a lot better but also feel better since working out is a good way to exercise which will make you a lot healthier as well. But as for some, the shape of the body is not the only issue; they must also work on getting their face treated with different cosmetic products to improve their looks, hide their imperfections and highlight their facial features.
However, there are just some things that make up or cosmetic products cannot fix. For instance, most people in Asian countries like Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore, undergo eyelid surgery due to the fact that most Asians are born with a single eyelid. This is actually a natural facial feature of Asians but some just wants to get a double eyelid surgery. However, it does not mean that this is only meant for those who prefer getting a double eyelid look in their eyes; this kind of surgery is also for those who have deformities concerning their eyelid.
There are many clinics that do double eyelid surgeries here in Singapore. In fact, it is a lot cheaper than in other western countries because this is actually a common cosmetic surgery in South East Asia. The surgery itself is a procedure where excision is involved and excess tissues are either removed or repositioned. Just as mentioned above, this surgical procedure does not only benefit the patient aesthetically but also helps on getting rid of problems regarding the eyelid's disfiguration or defect.
Double eyelid surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty, is commonly done on females than on males. The operation usually last within thirty minutes up to an hour. Of course, anesthesia will be given to the patient and they are awake during the surgery. After the surgery, stitches are involved and is usually removed after roughly a week. But it does not mean that you will be fully healed by then; it may take about two weeks or up to a month for you to be able to fully recover from the surgery. Swelling of the eyelids are normal during the recovery period.