Eyelid surgery will not completely remove crow’s feet, wrinkles, shadows around the eyes, or brow lines, but if the operation is performed in conjunction with a face or brow lift, this can be achieved.
During eyelid surgery small external incisions are made around the eyes in the natural creases of the upper eyelid, or below the lashes of the lower lids, to help hide tiny scars afterwards. Patient’s age, skin quality, and facial anatomy all affect the cosmetic outcome and functionality after blepharoplasty, but most operations are a complete success.
This eyelid surgery information guide will attempt to answer your questions and provide more details about eyelid surgery in general. If you have any specific questions please refer to your doctor or cosmetic plastic surgeon.