It is suitable for:
· Those travelling to Bali for a holiday or a business trip.
· Those who want youthful and defined eyes.
· Those who have drooping eyelid(s).
· Those who want a double eyelid.
· Those who wish to remove fatty deposits above or under the eyes.
· Those who wish to get rid of their eyebags.
What is blepharoplasty?
Also known as eyelid surgery, blepharoplasty improves the appearance of the eyelids (upper, lower, or both).
Lower eyelid surgery involves reducing the bagginess under the eyes. It can help eliminate excess skin, eye bags and any fine wrinkles at the lower eyelid.
Upper eyelid surgery may involve removing excess skin above the upper eyelid, or, the creation of a double eyelid. As a general rule, upper eyelid surgery helps remove fatty deposits in the upper eyelid (resulting in less puffier eyes) and also defines the natural contour of the upper eyelid.
Blepharoplasty offered at our affiliated clinic in Bali is invasive/surgical.
Blepharoplasty: Surgical VS Non-Surgical
• Swelling for a few weeks.
• Longer recovery period (1-2 weeks)
• Riskier compared to Non-Surgical Blepharoplasty
Non-Surgical (no incision):
• Swelling is not painful and is short-lived.
• Fast recovery (Patient can engage in social life in 3-4 days) for non-surgical procedures.
• Minimal risk for non-surgical procedures.
• Results may diminish over time
*Risks of Surgical Blepharoplasty include abnormal positioning of the eyelids, bleeding behind the eye and permanent blindness (0.005% risk).
Advantages and Limitations of Blepharoplasty at our affiliated clinic:
• Go home with fresh vision or/and young and defined looking eyes
• Results of eyelid surgery are permanent (no future visit required)
• Permanent double eyelids (unlike the temporary results of the Double Burial Method)
• Better vision for those with heavy upper eyelids
• No more eyebags
• No more puffy eyes
• Longer recovery period (“surgical” blepharoplasty)
• Risks involved (see “Blepharoplasty: Surgical VS Non-Surgical”)
• For eyebag removal procedure, expect 1-3 weeks of soreness
Q1: How can my post-blepharoplasty swelling be reduced and healed?
A1: Swelling can be healed quickly by getting enough rest (avoid strenous activity), eating healthy food, drinking enough water, taking anti-inflammatory drugs (which will also aid in resting), keeping your head at an elevated position (to reduce blood flow to eye area) and applying cold compresses to the surgical area. Still, do ask your doctor for advice before taking steps in reducing your post-blepharoplasty swelling.
Nearest Station: 12 mins walk to bus station (Halte BTDC 2)
Clinic Opening Time: Monday – Saturday (2 sessions per day)