Blepharoplasty will remove hanging skin from the upper and lower eyelids, making your face look younger. For two weeks following the procedure, your body will be experiencing the blepharoplasty recovery process.
Because the tissues will be weaker during blepharoplasty recovery, do not take any medications that promote bleeding – mainly NSAIDs (non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs) like ibuprofen and aspirin. Non-NSAID pain medications may be recommended by your doctor.
Learn more about blepharoplasty recovery by paying a visit to Dr. Debra Kroll. Dr. Kroll is a board-certified cosmetic surgeon who will be happy to answer any questions you may have about the procedure and the recovery process. Contact our office to set up an appointment.