Anytime you decide to have cosmetic surgery performed on you,during your preliminary consultation, your doctor will need to discuss your medical history, assess your attitude (mental and emotional) towards the surgery, and what your expectations are. At this time, any and all risks should be discussed, as well. Be prepared for some moderate testing as it will be important for your doctor to know how easily you scar, if you have any blood clotting issues, whether you suffer from high blood pressure, and more.
Your doctor will also discuss your general eye health and any issues you may be experiencing. Topics of discussion could include (but not be limited to) tear production, use of contact lenses, and your vision in general.
During your preliminary consultation, your doctor should be photographing your face and eyes. This will allow your doctor to spend some time to study your face and develop a surgical strategy.
After you and your doctor have come to an agreement and decide to proceed with the blepharoplasty, your doctor should discuss several more topics with you. These topics could include (again, not limited to) cost of the procedure, the facility the surgery will take place in, which surgical technique will be used, what type of anesthesia will be used, and any other surgeries that may be required to arrive at the cosmetic destination you and your doctor have agreed upon. Your doctor should also take some time to discuss with you any possible complications and what options you have available to you in the case of complications arising.
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