Blepharoplasty Surgery Package From $2,295 USD

Blepharoplasty Colombia prices
  • Reception at Bogotá, Colombia airport (BOG)
  • Blepharoplasty surgery with a board certified surgeon
  • Anesthesiologist and clinic fees
  • Transportation to & from med-appointments
  • Pre surgical medical exams
  • One support garment worn after surgery, if applicable
  • Post surgery assistant for 3 days (2 hr each day)
  • All predetermine medication and bandages
  • Complication insurance for up to $20,000 USD

 

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To get a free quote: fill out the quote request form and upload the requested photos with a solid background of the areas that you wish to treat. See how to take your photos for blepharoplasty in Colombia.

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Once you have decided to proceed with your blepharoplasty in Colombia, a 30% deposit is required to reserve your surgery date. The balance for your surgery is due after your initial consultation with your plastic surgeon.

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Once you have reserved your surgery date you will receive by email your pre-operative instructions and details of any blood work required.

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Blepharoplasty in Colombia

The Perfect Balance Between Quality and Price.

Do you look in the mirror and find that your eyelids appear more tired or older than you feel on the inside? If so, you may be a candidate for eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty) in Colombia. Cosmetic Harmony offers complete eyelid surgery packages that will wipe years off your face without wiping your bank account. We take care of every detail from your arrival in Bogotá, Colombia to your departure.

Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) Results

Most patients are very pleased with the results of eyelid surgery with Cosmetic Harmony’s board certified plastic surgeons. Often, patients don’t realize how much their sagging eyelids contributed to the signs of tiredness and aging until they see how much younger and more rested they appear after the surgery.

 

Benefits of Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

  • Eyelid Surgery eliminates loose or sagging skin around the eyes
  • Eyelid Surgery restores the natural shape to the upper eyelid
  • Eyelid Surgery eliminates upper eyelid excess skin that impairs vision
  • Eyelid Surgery can keep you looking at least 5 to 7 years younger
  • Eyelid Surgery removes fat that causes puffiness in the upper eyelids
  • Eyelid Surgery corrects bags, droopiness and excess skin of the lower eyelids

 

What does Eyelid Surgery do?

  • It refreshes and rejuvenates the look by eliminating certain features that contribute to make an individual look older and tired, such as the ‘bags’ beneath the eyes and the excess skin in the ‘drooping’ upper eyelids.
  • It eliminates lumps generated by the accumulation of fat inside the eyelids.
  • It improves the sight by reducing the upper eyelids when they droop too much and interfere with the vision.
  • It brightens the look and is often performed together with a temporal facelift.

 

What does eyelid surgery NOT do?

  • It does not eliminate crow’s feet.
  • It does not eliminate dark circles under the eyes.
  • It does not lift the eyebrows nor does it change their shape. If you think your eyebrows are too low or too straight, please read the information on brow lift surgery that we provide.

 

Ideal Candidates for Blepharoplasty in Colombia

  • Individuals with a positive outlook and specific goals in mind for blepharoplasty
  • Healthy individuals who do not have a life-threatening illness
  • Individuals without serious eye conditions.
  • The first step in learning if you are a candidate for eyelid surgery is to fill out the quote request along with your photos.

Please let your cosmetic surgeon if you have any of the following medical conditions:

  • Eye disease, such as glaucoma, dry eye or a detached retina
  • Thyroid disorders, such as Graves’ disease and under or overactive thyroid
  • Cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or other circulatory disorders
  • Diabetes.

 

The Surgery

The surgeon makes the incisions along the natural folds of the eyelids so that the resulting scars will be disguised. On the upper eyelids, the incision is done along the natural folds and, on the lower eyelids; it is done just below the eyelashes. In some cases, the incisions extend some millimeters beyond the corners of the eyes. Working through these incisions, the surgeon removes the excess fat that accumulates beneath the skin (two lumps in each upper eyelid and three in each lower eyelid). Apart from this, the surgeon removes the excess skin from the bags that give the appearance of ‘hanging’ eyes. After that, the incisions are closed with very fine sutures.

If you have fat lumps but you do not need to have any excess skin removed, your cosmetic surgeon may suggest a transconjunctival blepharoplasty. In this procedure, the incisions are made inside of the eyelids and they leave no visible scars; however, it is necessary for the skin to in great shape (thick, firm and elastic). This procedure is generally recommended for young patients.

 

Anesthesia

Local anesthesia with sedation is most commonly used, if the eyelid surgery is combined with other procedures most likely general anesthesia will be used.

 

Blepharoplasty Recovery

During the first few days after surgery, you should rest quietly with your head elevated. Your cosmetic surgeon may instruct you to apply cold compresses to your eyelids. Initially, you may feel a “tight” sensation around the eyes and some mild discomfort that can be controlled with oral medication. During the first 48 hours following surgery, patients experience varying degrees of swelling and bruising. Mild swelling may persist for several weeks. Bruising typically disappears within seven to ten days. Within the first week or so, you will be permitted to use makeup, if desired, to conceal any discoloration. Stitches are usually removed within a week of surgery.

Blepharoplasty Risks

The decision to have eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty) is extremely personal and you’ll have to decide if the benefits will achieve your goals and if the risks and potential complications are acceptable.
During your personal consultation the doctor and anesthesiologist will explain in detail the risks associated with surgery. You will be asked to sign consent forms to ensure that you fully understand the procedure and any risks or potential complications.
Blepharoplasty Risks:
• Infection
• Dry eyes
• Blood clots
• Fluid accumulation
• Unfavorable scarring
• Temporarily blurred or impaired vision
• Difficulty closing your eyes
• Lid lag, a pulling down of the lower eyelid may occur and is often temporary
• Ectropion, rolling of the eyelid outwards
• Bleeding (hematoma)
• Poor wound healing
• Numbness and other changes in skin sensation
• Anesthesia risks
• Loss of eyesight
• Pain, which may persist
• Skin discoloration and swelling
• Sutures may spontaneously surface through the skin, become visible or produce irritation that require removal
• Deep vein thrombosis, cardiac and pulmonary complications
• Possibility of revision surgery
• Eyelid disorders that involve abnormal position of the upper eyelids (eyelid ptosis), loose eyelid skin, or abnormal laxness of the lower eyelid (ectropion) can coexist with sagging forehead and eyebrow structures; brow lift surgery will not correct these disorders; additional surgery may be required

“Most of the risks are very uncommon; some people may be at higher risk than others. Your doctor will discuss this with you during your consultation if any of these risks are specifically pertinent to you.”

Although eyelid surgery can be an effective procedure where the benefits significantly outweigh the risks, like everything in the practice of medicine and surgery, it is not an exact science. The degree of surgical success can be altered by how each individual’s body responds to surgery and healing. Although good results are expected, there is no guarantee. In some situations, it may not be possible to achieve optimal results with a single surgical procedure; revision surgery may be necessary.

Don’t hesitate to ask questions: It’s very important to ask questions about your eyelid surgery procedure. It’s natural to feel some anxiety, whether it’s excitement for your anticipated new look or a bit of preoperative stress. Don’t be shy about discussing these feelings and any specific concerns with your doctor or any of our staff members.

 

Blepharoplasty in Colombia

How we do it

Day 1: Arrival in Colombia
Day 2: Appointments
Day 3: Plastic Surgery
Day 4: Recovery
Day 5: Recovery
Day 6: Post op visit
Day 7: Post op Therapy
Day 8: Post op Therapy
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Day 10: Post op Therapy
Day 11: Post op Therapy
Day 12: Post op Therapy
Day 13: Post op Visit
Day 14: Departure from Colombia

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