Every year, more and more people are turning to eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) to roll back the clock. But many patients are confused about the recovery period.
There’s good news—you won’t have to spend months recovering from eyelid surgery. In fact, you’ll be back to enjoying life in just a few weeks. Read on to find out more.
Eyelid surgery is a fairly straightforward procedure, and recovery is brief. You can return to work around the 10th day of your recovery, and resume most normal activities within a couple weeks.
With that said, everyone is different and experiences pain different. Your recovery speed will depend on your overall health, age, and the ability of your surgeon.
Fortunately, pain after blepharoplasty subsides quickly—usually by the end of the second day of your recovery.
Plus, pain stemming from eye surgery is easily managed using prescription medicine. The main issue you’ll be concerned with after your procedure isn’t actually pain, but dryness and itchiness.
Your doctor will explain how to use ointments and eye drops to keep both your incisions and eyes from getting too dry and causing discomfort. However, even these issues are annoyances at worst—pain from eyelid surgery is minimal.
Your recovery may vary, but in general you can expect:
All in all, recovery from eyelid surgery is pretty straightforward.
Thankfully, major complications from eyelid surgery are rare. Still, you should seek help if you experience:
Remember, the best way to minimize your risk of medical issues is to choose a professional, experienced surgeon.
For any plastic surgery procedure, it’s vital to choose the right surgeon. That means finding a doctor willing to put you and your needs first, explaining the entire process and answering all of your questions.
It’s pretty simple to find a doctor capable of getting results. But the best doctors stick with you every step of the way, until the very last day of your recovery.
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