Who Needs Surgery for the eye
The procedure for correcting the Asian eye section is called blepharoplasty. This surgical procedure has no medical indications. Blepharoplasty is performed in accordance with the patient’s desire to change the section of the eye, make the eyes wider and more expressive, and make the appearance more European.
In some cases, people with Asian eyes living in European countries have serious difficulties with social adaptation, personal life, and even employment, so blepharoplasty is the only chance for them to solve these problems, different complexes, and mental ones. Get rid of the complaints.
Plastic surgeons distinguish the following indications for the correction:
- Overhanging eyelids
- Skin folds localized in the area of the corner of the eye
- Drooping eye corners
- The appearance of fat bags in the eyelids
Successful blepharoplasty helps eliminate all these deficiencies, adjusting the incision and the size of the eye.
When Is A Blepharoplasty Impossible
Blepharoplasty, for the correction of the Asian eye section, like other types of plastic surgery, has a very wide range of contraindications.
Doctors Include The Following Factors:
- Eye diseases
- An exacerbation phase of chronic diseases
- Malignant tumor neoplasms
- Severe injuries to the cardiovascular system
- Endocrine pathologies
- Systemic blood diseases
- Increased rates
- Inflammatory lesions of eye tissue
- The presence of acute infection processes in the body
- Kidney and liver diseases
Blepharoplasty is also contraindicated for future and nursing mothers, persons under the age of the majority!
How Do I Prepare For Blepharoplasty
Preparation for blepharoplasty requires a mandatory visit to such specialists:
- Plastic surgery
In addition, the patient participates in blood tests (and in some cases, an ultrasound examination of the internal organs is required).
About 2 weeks before the medial epicanthoplasty [เปิดหัวตา which is the term in Thai], the patient must abstain from smoking, alcohol, and hormonal drugs. You should also follow a diet that consumes moderately light foods (with the exception of fatty, fried, salted, and smoked foods). On the day of the blepharoplasty, you must completely abstain from eating and drinking.