May 22, 2024
Double Eyelid Surgery Everything You Need To Know About It

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Cosmetic surgeries are trending today. They help us overcome flaws in our looks and provide us with a proportionate face and youthful skin. Double eyelid surgery (ทํา ตา 2 ชั้น, which is the term in Thai) is one of the cosmetic surgeries that help us get beautiful eyes in proper form. The surgery undoubtedly gives us perfect results, but as a patient, you should know some essential things about the surgery. It will help you to get the desired results with no pain.

About Double Eyelid Surgery

Double eyelid surgery is a cosmetic surgery that enables us to have perfect eyelids. It involves cutting and sewing the eyelids so that our eyes look more carved and perfectly shaped. This surgery is usually suggested for people with uneven eyes or other eye problems so that their look stays within their confidence. Yes, the surgery involves incision, cutting, and sewing of the skin. Therefore, it would be best if you consult an expert and experienced professional.

Also, ensure that you take complete care after the surgery to get the desired results.

Recovery After The Surgery

After the double eyelid surgery, recovering from the wounds and stitches takes some time. You need to give at least 1-3 months of your life to recover after the surgery. Also, the recovery time after the surgery depends on various factors, including the expertise of the doctor and your care after the surgery.

Stop Doing This After The Surgery

During the recovery period after the surgery:

· Reduce Screen Time

Staring or looking at the screen for more time may stress your eyes. It may become more painful for you. Therefore, avoid having more screen time after the surgery.

· No Contact Lenses

Wearing contact lenses can also be irritable for your eyes. Sometimes, therefore, professionals suggest not wearing contact lenses after the eye surgery, at least during the recovery period.

· Refrain From Rubbing Your Eyes.

You may feel irritated or tend to rub your eyes sometimes. But refrain from doing so, or your eyelids may fall out of place.

· Do Not Come In Touch With The Water

During the recovery period, try to keep the wound area dry as much as possible. Keeping it wet may lead to infection in that area and may prolong the recovery period.

· Do Not Smoke

Smoking affects our blood circulation process. Therefore, avoid smoking for at least a week after the surgery.

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