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Blepharoplasty Complication

Blepharoplasty Complication

Some blepharoplasty complications are results of surgery; common side effects are blurred or double vision after eyelid surgery. Other minor complications of the procedure may include swelling at the corner of the eyelids and decreased sensation in the eyelid. Some patients may experience asymmetry in healing and scarring. Potential complications include infection or the poor reaction of a patient to anesthesia. Doctors control these conditions with certain medications. Unfortunately, these complications may cause the recovery period to last longer. A slightly greater complication is an accumulation of blood under the skin. This may occur straight after surgery. Blood accumulation under the skin may undo itself gradually or doctors may need to treat it separately. Hematomas are more probable in combo procedures including eyelid surgery with other aesthetic facial surgeries, such as a facelift, brow lift or forehead lift. Most complications depend both on the individual characteristics of a patient and on the experience of the attending doctor. Post-operatively, some patients experience decreased eyelid functions. Some people may find it hard to shut their eyes. This condition is usually temporary and should disappear some time after surgery; however, some patients may need additional treatment. Patients may have difficulty in properly closing their eyes while sleeping. This condition is most often temporary but in some cases, it might become permanent. Another problem with the eyelids is ectropion, or pulling down of the lower eyelid, which may require additional surgery. Some complications are associated with healing of the scars after surgery. A problem may occur in healing of the incision areas. Prominent or firm scars may appear that are visible unless covered with make-up. When the surgeon removes stitches, tiny whiteheads, called milia, may appear in the site of the stitches. A surgeon can efficiently remove these whiteheads with a fine needle.

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Traditional addiction treatment is based primarily on counseling. However, recent discoveries have shown those suffering from addiction often have chemical imbalances that make the recovery process more difficult. Counselors help individuals identifying behaviors and problems related to their addiction. It can be done on an individual basis, but it's more common to find it in a group setting and can include crisis counseling, weekly or daily counseling, and drop-in counseling supports. They are trained to develop recovery programs that help to reestablish healthy behaviors and provide coping strategies whenever a situation of risk happens. It's very common to see them work also with family members who are affected by the addictions of the individual, or in a community in order to prevent addiction and educate the public. Counselors should be able to recognize how addiction affects the whole person and those around him or her. Counseling is also related to "Intervention"; a process in which the addict's family requests help from a professional in order to get this person into drug treatment. This process begins with one of this professionals' first goals: breaking down denial of the person with the addiction. Denial implies lack of willingness from the patients or fear to confront the true nature of the addiction and to take any action to improve their lives, besides of continuing the destructive behavior. Once this has been achieved, professional coordinates with the addict's family to support them on getting this family member to alcohol drug rehabilitation immediately, with concern and care for this person. Otherwise, this person will be asked to leave and expect no support of any kind until going into drug rehabilitation or alcoholism treatment. An intervention can also be conducted in the workplace environment with colleagues instead of family.

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