I had undergone double eyelid surgery about 4 months ago and the eyelids looked uneven the moment stitches were taken out. My right eyelid seemed bigger and very unnatural looking, my surgeon said this was due to the steri-strips that had been left post-surgery and the eyelids would even out later on. After 2 months I did see a big reduction in swelling in both eyes and the surgery scars... more
Im 47 years old and have been thinking about having my eyelids done since I was about 30. I've always had excess skin on my eyelids....it runs in my family. So I finally decided to go ahead with it and I had my procedure yesterday. Even though I had thought about doing it for so many years, when the day finally came, I was soooo nervous. I thought about backing out right up to the final moment... more
I have had those very big eye bags my whole life. Its genetics. As I was getting older, they were getting bigger and puffier. It took me more then a year to finally decide to proceed with surgery. I tried everything before this. Creams, compresses, acupuncture, ultrasonic facial massager..just about everything. I did my research, consulted 2 surgeons and finally went with plastic surgeon as my... more
I had surgery 3 weeks ago. Had a local anesthetic..no problem. Post op..one Tylenol 3 & a Gravol when I got home and the pain was gone..never to return! bruising was minimal really...gone totally after 5 days
Love the look of my eyes, don't look grumpy and tired anymore.
Little set back for me is the dissolving sutures are still tight even after the end knots were removed... more
Had upper and lower bleph and a peel - to be honest I'm not sure the change is that dramatic for the cost - I'm concerned about scars and particularly the suture pock-marks.I had dissolvable sutures in lower eye bleph and now there appears to be bumps along my lower eye incision - it's like the sutures inside have not dissolved. It's been three weeks - is this normal? more
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