Eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, is a popular and common cosmetic procedure that countless individuals in both Canada and across the world have benefited greatly from. Every patient has a unique anatomy, and therefore, no two procedures are ever performed in exactly the same manner. Yet it’s safe to say that anyone considering this procedure will benefit from working only with a plastic surgeon that has the depth and breadth of experience to understand your unique needs and help you achieve your specific aesthetic goals.

Additionally, the plastic surgeon you choose to work with should be highly qualified in his or her field and be able to provide you with documented proof of this fact. Blepharoplasty is a popular way to promote a more youthful appearance through the removal of excess skin, the tightening of the surrounding tissue, and the removal of pockets of fat near the eyes, but those patients who yield the most success will have worked with the best plastic surgeons.

Questions To Ask Your Plastic Surgeon Before Blepharoplasty

During your initial consultations with a plastic surgeon, you’ll have the opportunity to ask as many questions as you like about the procedure. During that time, feel free to inquire about the qualifications and experience of the surgeon that you’re working with. They should be more than happy to answer all of your questions as well as to provide you with proof of their educational background and certifications.

The Recovery Process After Eyelid Surgery

While every patients differs from another, generally speaking, patients will need to expect to set aside roughly 2 weeks for the recovery process after eyelid surgery. This is a time during which your plastic surgeon should be readily available to answer any questions you have and to provide you with the aftercare necessary for a swift and total recovery.

In most cases, a qualified plastic surgeon will provide patients with things like ointments to ease the incisions that were made during the procedure as well as eye drops to prevent the eyes from drying out. After 2 weeks or so, most patients will return to their surgeon for a post-operative evaluation. This will allow the surgeon to see how your recovery is coming along and whether or not you need to make any changes to improve the process.

A great plastic surgeon will always provide you with the precise instructions that you need to follow during the recovery process before you have your operation. This will give you the time to prepare (e.g. taking days off of work) and ensure that you’re fully informed about what you can and cannot do. For example, most blepharoplasty patients will be advised to avoid strenuous activities, lifting heavy objects, or bending over too far for at least 2 weeks after the procedure so as to avoid putting unnecessary pressure on the face. Advice like this should be forthcoming from a qualified medical professional.

Work Only With A Qualified Plastic Surgeon

If you’re in the Toronto area and you’d like to discover the possibilities of blepharoplasty and other cosmetic treatments, please consider contacting the offices of Dr. Cory Torgerson. This award-winning plastic surgeon has been practicing for years and has not only the qualifications, but also the experience necessary to help his patients achieve optimal results for their unique anatomy and aesthetic goals. When you want to have the best outcome, it’s a wise choice to work only with the best. Schedule a consultation today to learn more about how blepharoplasty and related procedures can benefit you. Please feel welcomed to call (647) 343-0207 at your earliest convenience so that you can begin taking control of your appearance right away.

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Dr. Cory Torgerson
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Dr. Cory Torgerson is one of Canada’s most talented and prominent facial plastic surgeons, focusing on head & neck facial surgery. Dr. Torgerson has been frequently invited to teach and lecture on these topics across North America. He has hospital privileges at Sunnybrook Hospital, one of the premier hospitals in the University of Toronto Health Network.
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