Blepharoplasty in Toronto: Do You Know Which Type is Right for You?
Are you wondering which type of blepharoplasty in Toronto is right for you? Blepharoplasty is the medical term for eyelid surgery, and it’s both a functional and cosmetic intervention. Toronto blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure carried out by an oculoplastic surgeon, or facial cosmetic surgeon, who addresses the ordinary, yet unwanted signs of aging in the eye area.
As the delicate skin and muscles surrounding your eye weaken over time, you may begin to look older than you are or feel. Appearance significantly impacts confidence and a sense of well-being for many men and women. It’s understandable that the dramatic improvements achieved through this simple procedure are in high demand.
What can a Toronto blepharoplasty surgery do for you?
Eyelid surgery can be an ideal option when sagging skin or bulging fat deposits around the eye impair vision, making the use of contact lenses or eyewear difficult, if not impossible. For older clients, this “ptosis” is often the primary reason for having the procedure.
Even if eyelid drooping has no effect on your vision, the restoration of smooth, firm skin in this area can change someone’s entire appearance for the better. Many people show signs of aging in the form of tired eyelid skin as early as their 30s.
Others seek additional definition in their upper lids to achieve the double eyelid characteristic they want. Your age, your goals, and your needs will all help determine which eyelid surgery technique is best for you.
What does the eye look like before and after blepharoplasty in Toronto?
Before an upper eyelid blepharoplasty, you may suffer from a condition with a fancy name — dermatochalasis — which is commonly known as excess eyelid skin or ptosis. It can make you look as though your eyes aren’t open or give you a perpetually sleepy look. In the instance of a lower eyelid blepharoplasty, the skin below your eyes may appear wrinkly or may cast shadows with excess fat deposits that lead to puffiness. No one wants to look older than they are or feel. Following a Toronto blepharoplasty, Dr. Torgerson is confident that you will feel rejuvenated, with a more youthful and restful appearance. Now your self-confidence will be the first thing that people notice when they gaze into your eyes.
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What is the cost of blepharoplasty in Canada?
Just as no two people are alike, neither are the procedures required to deliver someone’s ideal results. Clients may have a variety of goals to discuss with their surgeon. A personalized plan is the key to satisfaction. Upper or lower eyelids, or both together, will carry different costs. Some lower blepharoplasties involve skin removal, and others don’t. The length of time required and the complexity of the procedure can affect the price. The current average cost of blepharoplasty surgery in Toronto ranges from $4,000 to $8,000 plus applicable taxes. (Note that prices are subject to change.) When compared to other cosmetic surgery procedures, blepharoplasty in Toronto is considered to be reasonably affordable, given the lasting and highly satisfying results. Many people will have this improvement along with a type of face lift. They can also begin their rejuvenation plan with an eyelid surgery, then add other face procedures in the following years.
How do I know if I’m a suitable candidate for blepharoplasty?
Our eyes can begin to show signs of ageing as early as in our 30s. The environment, genetics, and our skin elasticity play a role in the development of crow’s-feet, eyelid droop, and under-eye bags. Chronic fluid retention below the eyes can lead to a look of constant fatigue, which gives an unhealthy and weary appearance no matter how rested someone is.
Among the Asian community, both men and women frequently opt to have double eyelid surgery to change their genetically acquired mono-upper eyelid or excessive fat deposits.
In cases of fat removal or repositioning alone, small incisions can be made inside the eyelid. That is referred to as the transconjunctival approach, and it leaves no visible scars. If you have good skin tone, this could be an option for you. Dr. Cory Torgerson, one of the best-known cosmetic surgeons in Toronto, is happy to provide a free consultation, including an assessment and personalized recommendations.
Can I have an eye-lift without surgery?
Yes, you can. Some potential blepharoplasty clients opt for a non-invasive approach to rejuvenating their appearance with injectable dermal fillers. This offers an instant-improvement effect on the appearance of hollows in the region known as “tear troughs”. The natural hyaluronic acid gel holds moisture and restores soft, youthful volume under the skin. You can expect the effects of corrected under-eye hollows and dark circles to last roughly 6 to 9 months.
Unfortunately, dermal fillers don’t address sagging skin or excessive fat. For those cases, a blepharoplasty may be the best approach. Another perk of a non-surgical treatment is that it can be done on your lunch break, and there is very little, if any, recovery time required.
What kind of blepharoplasty recovery in Toronto can I expect?
While you won’t have to deal with general anesthetic effects, we still recommend that you have someone drive and accompany you from the clinic to your home after your eyelid surgery. We provide all of our surgical patients with the personal contact number of their surgeon so that they can access advice or assessment any time they need.
Blepharoplasty patients report a fairly predictable recovery process that is not overly painful, but you will need to take a week or two off work. You’ll see swelling in the affected eye area over the first few days, and it generally lasts 1 week. Because of the sensitivity in this delicate region, the effects of swelling and bruising can appear dramatic for a short while. You’ll be advised not to bend over or do strenuous activity for a couple of weeks. Your incisions, whether in the eyelid crease, lash line, or inside the lid, will typically heal quickly. You’ll be provided with instructions for gentle washing. Cold compresses provide comfort, if needed, and many patients take over-the-counter analgesics, as advised by their surgeon. On the 5th day following the procedure, we’ll invite you to come see Dr. Torgerson for suture removal.
As with any invasive surgical procedure, the chance of scars, no matter how tiny, is unavoidable. Yet you can significantly reduce the appearance of scars and the possibility of infection by carefully following all of your post-op instructions.
Dr. Cory Torgerson focuses on facial, head, and neck procedures, both surgical and non-surgical. His reputation as an outstanding facial plastic surgeon has afforded him the honour of teaching and lecturing across North America. His hospital privileges include Sunnybrook, one of the most renowned hospitals in the affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. A complimentary consultation at Dr. Torgerson’s Yorkville clinic will allow you to share your goals, questions, and concerns so you can find out what the beautiful possibilities are.
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