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Success rate of an eyelid surgery?

Success rate of an eyelid surgery?

Postby lindagallardo » Mon Nov 17, 2014 2:34 am

Is anyone here who had done a Eyelift surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty in Canada? I have been directed by the doctor at the Lakeview Surgery Centre in Barrie, http://www.lakeviewsurgery.com/procedur ... haroplasty to take the surgery for my upper eyelids of both eyes. To be frank, I am scared to even think about it. I would like to have someones experience here to calm myself. How good will the results be? Is there any side effects that can happen? How long will the surgery last? All such information will be very helpful.
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Re: Success rate of an eyelid surgery?

Postby wanderlustence » Fri Dec 26, 2014 12:13 am

lindagallardo wrote:Is anyone here who had done a Eyelift surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty in Canada? I have been directed by the doctor at the Lakeview Surgery Centre in Barrie, http://www.lakeviewsurgery.com/procedur ... haroplasty to take the surgery for my upper eyelids of both eyes. To be frank, I am scared to even think about it. I would like to have someones experience here to calm myself. How good will the results be? Is there any side effects that can happen? How long will the surgery last? All such information will be very helpful.



Hi Linda,

As far as I know, blepharoplasty is generally considered a minor procedure, so if you have a good surgeon, you shouldn't worry too much. Most results will last for a long time, until the eyelids start to accumulate fat and sag (depending on how old you are).

For upper blepharoplasty, I found this guide that gives you an idea of the process - probably useful for you since it sounds like you're new to this. (http://www.cosmerience.com/guide-to-dou ... id-surgery)
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