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It goes without saying that looking at eyelid surgery pictures is the best way to determine the exact procedure that will work for you. Everybody is different, which is why the field of cosmetic surgery is such a variable undertaking. No two procedures will go the exact same way. When you're thinking about getting eyelid surgery done, there are a few different things that you need to factor in.

First of all, cost is usually the biggest concern. Eyelid surgery can range from just over $2,000 to more than $4,000, depending on the work you need and the surgeon that you go to see. This cost generally covers the price of the anesthesia and the facility in which the surgery will be performed, but remember that it doesn't cover extra medications and clinical visits to get checkups. If you are only going to have one set of eyelids worked on, either the upper or lower eyelids, you can expect to pay much less than if you are getting all four of your eyelids cosmetically enhanced. Take a look at some eyelid surgery pictures and compare them to your face in a mirror to get an idea of what you might need to achieve the optimal effects.

While it might seem like the more economically feasible option to only have one set of eyelids done, you have to remember that if both the top and bottom eyelids are sagging, only working on one of them could result in a lopsided effect. If you opt to have all of them worked on at the same time, you'll be able to safe an appreciable amount of money on both the clinic fees and the anesthesia costs. It may not be the best route for you, but it's something to consider.

The first step of coming to a decision to get eyelid surgery is to talk with the surgeon and have him go over all the basic procedures. That way you'll know what to expect. He'll probably have you do the same thing you did yourself; you'll look in a mirror and point out the areas that you think you need to be worked on. He'll give you a range of eyelid surgery pictures so that he can point out the range of options available to you. During this consultation you will also most likely receive a small packet of information pertaining to the procedure itself. This will include a lit of any substances that you should avoid during the days leading up to the surgery. One thing in particular that you want to stay away from is anything that will thin your blood and prevent it from congealing. Aspirin is one of the most well known substances that does this, but ibuprofen and caffeine will as well.

After you have all of this information, take the time to review it thoroughly and come to your final decision. Cosmetic eyelid surgery is not for everybody, but it has the potential to help you out if you can afford.

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