Blepharoplasty is one of the most popular operations in plastic surgery, the main purpose of which is to eliminate age-related changes, correct the cut of the eyes, and achieve the necessary aesthetic effect. In the course of surgical intervention, the excision of the skin and the removal of excess fatty structures are carried out. This is a very significant way to change your appearance.

There are the following types of blepharoplasty:

-Classical blepharoplasty. The incision is made according to the natural folds and the contour of the eyelashes. After the operation, there is no visible scarring.

-Transconjunctival plastic eyelids. Access is through the mucosa.


  • Complaints of patients on aged, sad, tired eyelids or lack of decorative folds.
  • Excess of skin, wrinkles, creases, overhanging "roof", inability to apply makeup, especially on the upper eyelids.
  • Overhanging fold in the area of the outer corner of the eye.
  • baggy lower eyelids and constant edema of the lower eyelids.
  • Europeanization of the Asian section of the eyes.


  • Blepharoplasty of upper eyelids

  • Blepharoplasty of lower eyelids

  • Sangapuri - the formation of decorative folds

  • Epicanthoplasty



There is no special preparation for this operation, it is enough to have a small set of tests and consult a surgeon


  • increased intraocular pressure
  • dry eyes
  • chronic or acute conjunctivitis
  • infectious diseases in the acute stage
  • bleeding disorder


Operation of blepharoplasty is performed under local anesthesia and lasts from 40 minutes to 1.5 hours so the vestibular period proceeds easily. After the operation, the patient is monitored for 1-2 hours in the clinic and then discharged home.

Edema after surgery can last from several days to 2 weeks, for the reduction of which cold compresses and special ointments are used.

Stitches after surgery are removed on the 7-8th day.

With all the recommendations of the surgeon, in 5-10 days after the operation, patients can return to their usual lifestyle.

Contrary to the existing misconception, the operation of blepharoplasty does not lead to impaired vision.