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Puebla, MX.

About the Treatment

Blepharoplasty is a type of surgery that removes excess skin from the eyelids. With age, eyelids stretch, and the muscles supporting them weaken. As a result, excess skin and fat can gather above and below your eyelids. This can cause sagging eyebrows, droopy upper lids and bags under the eyes.

Besides aging, severely sagging skin around the eyes can reduce side vision (peripheral vision), especially the upper and outer parts of the visual field. Blepharoplasty can reduce or get rid of these vision problems. The surgery can also make eyes look younger and more alert.

Learn how blepharoplasty is done and about the benefits and risk of the procedure.

Blepharoplasty might be an option for:

  • Baggy or droopy upper eyelids

  • Excess skin of the upper eyelids that partially blocks peripheral vision

  • Excess skin on the lower eyelids

  • Bags under the eyes

Blepharoplasty can be performed in the upper eyelids, lower eyelids or both, can also be done at the same time as another procedure, such as a brow lift, face-lift or skin resurfacing.

  • One videoconference consultation

  • Face-to-face consultation

  • Pre-surgical assessment

  • Perform surgery

  • Personalized follow-up in hotel for 4 days after hospital discharge.

  • Room in External Surgery

  • Use of operating room with anesthesia by sedation

  • Transfer for 2 people Airport – Hotel – Airport in compact car with 1 hour of waiting.

  • 2 nights of accommodation before, and 4 after hospitalization in hotel of chosen category (5*) in single or double room (without meals)

  • 4 days of compact car available for 8 hours, for local transfers in Puebla and Cholula

  • Taxes


  • Other procedures not described in the package.

  • Complication expenses.

  • Stay in intensive or intermediate therapy units.

  • Blood transfusions

  • Additional days to those established

  • Unspecified studies

  • Extra nights of accommodation

  • Extra people for transfer or accommodation

  • Meals or personal expenses

  • Any other NOT mentioned in "Included"

Not Included


How to Minimize Medical Tourism Risks
CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • If you are planning to travel to another country for medical care, see a your healthcare provider or travel medicine provider at least 4–6 weeks before the trip to discuss general information for healthy travel and learn about specific risks you may face because of your health status, the procedure, and travel before and after the procedure.

  • Obtain international travel health insurance that covers medical evacuation back to your country of origin.

  • Before planning vacation activities, such as swimming or taking tours, find out what activities are not permitted after the procedure.

  • Bring copies of your medical records with you, including results of lab tests and any other tests done related to your condition and care. Inform the medical staff at your destination of any allergies you may have.

  • Pack a travel health kit with your prescription and over-the-counter medicines. Bring enough medicine to last your whole trip, plus a little extra in case of delays. Also, bring copies of all your prescriptions and a list of medications you take, including their brand names, generic names, manufacturers, and dosages.

  • Get copies of all your medical records from the destination, before you return home. You may need to get them translated into English

  • Identify where you will be staying immediately after the procedure.

  • Before you travel abroad for medical tourism make sure you can get any needed follow-up care in your country of origin.

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