How is Pinch Blepharoplasty done?
As the name suggest, the skin under the bottom eyelashes are literally pinched using a special instrument. Afterwards, the skin is cut using a fine scissors. The incision is then closed with a very thin suture that’ll eventually dissolve on its own.
Safety and pain for Pinch Blepharoplasty.
The procedure is safe and performed under local anesthesia.
Benefits of Pinch Blepharoplasty.
It is an effective and safe procedure. Unlike chemical peel or laser treatments, pinch blepharoplasty is gentle and helps sooth the wrinkles and lines safely. *Recovery time is also short, on average of a week with gradual improvement daily and results can last up to 5 years depending on the age, health and surrounding conditions.