Blepharoplasty is often the first rejuvenation operation practised in cosmetic surgery. It is not uncommon for people to have blepharoplasty from the age of 40, although lifting is generally not considered until after the age of 50. Blepharoplasty makes it possible to rejuvenate the eyes, the first area where ageing takes visible effect on the face.
A Word from Doctor Hayot
“I have been practising blepharoplasty and all techniques of eyelid surgery for more than 25 years. At the forefront of innovative techniques and avant-garde solutions, my vision for rejuvenating cosmetic surgery continues to evolve.
In 2015, following the Centrofacial Rejuvenation convention in Belgium, I was able to observe the incredible results of addition blepharoplasty, which is a new revolutionary technique that makes it possible to rejuvenate the eyes by adding volume to the eyelids rather than by removing it from the skin or the fat of my patient’s face.
Since the discovery of this surgical technique, I almost systematically combine addition blepharoplasty with a classic skin or fat resection. I carry out the filling and volume restoration using micro lipofilling : precise injections, with millimetre accuracy, which enable me to restore the volumes using my patient’s own fat.”