Blepharoplasty Recovery Gardena

How Long is Recovery from a Blepharoplasty?

Do you have sagging eyelids that make you look older than you actually are?

Are you constantly being told that you look tired or sad – even when you’re feeling upbeat and well-rested?

If so, it may be time to discover the power of blepharoplasty surgery. This procedure – commonly referred to as an eyelid lift – is a great choice for people who have sagging skin around their upper eyelids (upper blepharoplasty) or large bags underneath their eyes (lower blepharoplasty). 

A blepharoplasty can help erase years off of your appearance, as well as help you appear energetic, focused, and bright-eyed.

Let’s take a closer look at how long your blepharoplasty recovery may last, including how to have a quicker blepharoplasty recovery. View More Patient Results

*Individual Results May Vary

How Long Will My Blepharoplasty Recovery Last?

At Awaken Aesthetics, our eyelid lift patients can expect to return to non-physical work about two to three days after surgery.

Most of your swelling and bruising should be gone by week two; any residual bruising can be covered with makeup. Your surgical incisions may […]

By | 2020-12-04T09:55:23-08:00 November 15th, 2020|

How Long is Recovery Time From an Eyelift?

Are you interested in undergoing an eyelift surgery, but not sure you have the time to devote to recovery?

It’s an understandable concern. After all, some plastic surgery procedures often require a lot of recovery time – and if you have a busy lifestyle, you can’t exactly afford to take weeks off. Between your job, your family, and everything else in between, it’s no exaggeration to say that you don’t have the luxury of free time to devote to recovery.

So with that in mind, how long is recovery time from an eyelift?

Surprisingly, an eyelift (also referred to as a blepharoplasty) doesn’t require a significant amount of recovery time. Actually, you might be pleasantly shocked to learn that you can return to work in as little as 2 to 3 days, depending on your job. Let’s take a closer look at what you can expect from the eyelift recovery process:

  • If you have a non-manual job, you can usually go back to work after a few days of rest. If you have a job that requires manual work, you’ll need to get sign-off from your plastic surgeon before going […]
By | 2018-05-31T09:06:42-07:00 May 26th, 2018|
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