If you are unhappy with the way your eyelids look or the droopy eyelids restrict your vision, you should go for blepharoplasty. When you meet the cosmetic surgeon regarding this procedure, the medical professional will ask a series of questions.

Make sure you provide information about your health, such as previous surgeries, medications you are consuming, and allergies. The medical professional evaluate your health and take pictures of your eyelids before talking about your options for eyelid surgery. You will also get to know what type of anesthesia the cosmetic surgeon will use during this procedure.

Cut down or stop drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes at least two weeks before the surgery. Also, stock up your fridge with ice cubes and clean washcloths, as they will be helpful after the procedure.