Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid surgery reduces bagginess from lower eyelids and removes excess skin from the upper eyelids.

What is an Eyelid Surgery?

Eyelid lift surgery (also called an eye lift or blepharoplasty), reduces bagginess from lower eyelids and removes excess skin from the upper eyelids.

Upper Blepharoplasty

Upper Blepharoplasty is surgery done to remove loose, sagging skin and fat on the upper eyelids. The aesthetic goal of this surgery is a fresher, less tired look with brighter-looking eyes. It can also eliminate visual disturbances that sometimes occur when lids partially droop over the lashes.

Moreover the double eyelid creation is a special kind of Upper Blepharoplasty favored by people with chinky-eyes who wish to have the upper lid crease that most people have.

Eyelid surgery - Upper Eyelid Incision

Lower Blepharoplasty

Lower blepharoplasty is surgery on the area beneath the eyes.  Importantly its goal is to get rid of eye bags by removing excess fat and sagging skin.

Eyelid surgery - Lower Eyelid Incision

EYELID SURGERY – PRICE AND PACKAGES

Take the first step and contact us through our no-cost virtual consultation. During this process, we will recommend options that will work best for you. Every client is different, so our virtual consultants and surgeons tailor the procedure to match each person’s needs.

Procedure

Hospital Stay

Price (THB)

Upper Blepharoplasty/Double Eyelid (incision)

None

33,500

Double Eyelid (suture in 3 points)

None

33,500

Lower Blepharoplasty

None

33,500

Correction Upper / Lower eyelid

None

45,500

Eyelid + silicone removal (eye)

None

30,500

Correct Epicanthoplasty (add+)

None

25,500

Lipofilling - Upper or Lower (add+)

None

20,500

Correct Upper Eyelid + Expert Epicanthoplasty

None

56,000

Correction Blepharoplasty - Upper or Lower (done elsewhere)

None

45,500

Skin Graft or Lateral Canthi Tightening (add+ to Upper Blepharoplasty)

None

20,500

Lateral Canthoplasty (add+ to Upper Blepharoplasty)

None

30,500

Ptosis

(Mild) Levator Operation: 1 side

None

30,500

(Mild) Levator Operation: 2 sides

None

33,500

(Severe) Frontalis Operation: 1 side

None

33,500

(Severe) Frontalis Operation: 2 sides

None

48,500

Use of tendon (add+)

None

15,500

Eyelid Surgery

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: Will I be asleep during the eyelid surgery?

The use of local anesthesia with sedation will eliminate pain and reduce anxiety. However, you will not be put to sleep because the surgeon will need you to move your eyes from time to time while the surgery is going on.

Q2: How long will I be in the operating room?

Eyelid surgery lasts 1-2 hours depending on the severity of the problem.

Q3: Will I be asleep during eyelid surgery?

You may go back to your hotel after surgery. Apart from this, your doctor will ask you to return for follow up in about 1 week.

Q4: Will the scars be visible after?

Incisions will carefully place in the natural skin creases to make them as inconspicuous as possible.

Q5: What is the length of time for recovery after the eyelid surgery?

Your lids may be swollen and discolored. And you may have eye irritation with tearing after surgery but this will gradually improve every day. In addition, your eyes should appear near normal by the end of two weeks. And finally, you can expect the results as the scar tissue fully matures over 6-12 months.

Q6: What could go wrong?

Some risks of surgery include bleeding, adverse response to anesthesia, and infection. As well as that delayed healing, nerve injury, asymmetry, eversion of the lids, unfavorable scarring, and need for revision surgery.

Q7: How do I prepare for eyelid surgery?

To avoid complications and reduce risk factors, your eyes, lids, and lashes must be free from infection. Two weeks before your schedule, you need to stop smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages. Additionally, taking hormonal pills, herbal supplements, and medicines.  Besides other than those that your doctor allows you to continue.

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