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    RSPCA on the frontline for animals As a leading authority in animal care and protection, the RSPCA is mobilising the community to help the neglected, abused and unwanted animals. At a mere five weeks old, Felix and Dora were found shivering in a ditch alongside a road in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. A kind couple had spotted them and began slowly approaching the stray kittens. After successfully holding the sibling pair in their arms, they soon noticed there was something strange about their eyes. The couple knew they had to quickly find for help. After rushing into their local RSPCA shelter, it was soon discovered that Felix and Dora were born without eyelids and that without corrective surgery… the kittens would become blind within…

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    social and professional life. When we present ourselves to others, our first strength is our face; particularly our eyes. Some of us don't have to work to look reinvigorated, while others slave day and night in front of a mirror only to look like their carrying luggage or bags beneath their eyes. The latter category of people considers fillers treatment for dark circles in Delhi as a boon. Causes of dark circles under the eyes Zillions of individuals have dark circles beneath their eyes. The…

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    Wait for some few minutes the stick the lashes, this allows the glue to react and be able to attach firmly without falling off unexpectedly. You can also apply the lash glue on the lining in the eyelid then stick the artificial eyelash which is simpler and saves more time. Do not leave the artificial lashes uncovered at the strip cover it using a liquid liner gel that matches with the color of your real lashes and avoid using any other color. This helps to make the artificial liners look real.…

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    Itchy eyelids Overview- Itchy eyelids can occur from any situation that inflames, irritates or infects our eyelid. Infections, allergies, and even deficiency of sleep can reason your eyelids to itch. Itchy eyelids are usually related with other symptoms like swelling, redness, a realistic feeling in the eye, irritation, bumps or lumps, improved tear development, or discharge. Allergies are the most common reason of itchy eyelids. An allergy that impacts your eyelid may be native, like an…

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    Essay On Blepharoplasty

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    The Blepharoplasty Operation Surgery on the eyelids may be done as an isolated operation or in conjunction with a facelift, brow lift, or other procedure (see Chapters 11-13). Both upper and lower eyelids can be corrected at the same operative setting; alternately, one pair of eyelids can be corrected as an isolated procedure. The procedure is almost always performed around both eyes. Blepharoplasty is an outpatient procedure that is typically done with intravenous sedation and local anesthesia.…

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    Blepharoplasty

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    Your eyes play a major role in the overall appearance of your face. If your eyelids sag or you have crow's feet, you may look considerably older and more tired than you feel. Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) is an effective solution for these problems. It involves correcting defects and abnormalities of the eyelids. These issues may be entirely cosmetic or they may have to do with how well your eyelids function. About the Procedure You and your surgeon will have to make certain decisions with…

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    reconstructive surgery where the surgeon fixes the problem of droopy eyelid(s). Ptosis has many causes including age related weakening of the muscle, long term use of contact lens, congenital weakness, trauma, or sometimes neurologic disease. The problem can occur either in one eye (single eyelid drooping) or both the eyes (both eyelids drooping). Droopy eyelids can reduce the vision of the patient and give a tired and sleepy appearance. In some cases, droopy eyelids automatically get better…

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    What Is A Blepharoplasty? A blepharoplasty is a procedure that can remove skin, muscle or fat from the upper or lower eyelids. It can also improve vision by correcting droopy eyelids. Some patients get the upper and lower eyelid done at the same. Others only get the upper or lower eyelid done. What Is A Cosmetic Blepharoplasty? A cosmetic blepharoplasty is performed for cosmetic purposes only. The lower or upper eyelids may become baggy or droopy as the result of the natural aging process.…

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    The objective of this surgery is to improve the clarity of the eyes by making the eyelid contour more prominent and balancing your natural features. Due to the immense variation in eyelids, not each eyelid has a double fold, which can be taken care as the crease at the top of the eyelid area. This crease provides clarity to the eyelid and is usually an aesthetic view for every men and woman. It moreover makes the use of simple makeup, providing you one more means to progress the look of your…

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    Styes And Chalazions

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    Introduction- Styes and chalazions have been a topic of personal interest to me since the day I woke up and discovered a bump on my eyelid. The unnerving experience led to visits with my optometrist and a referral to an ophthalmologist and a need to know more about a condition I knew relatively nothing about. In my case, the bump on my eye was a chalazion, which led to confusion on what the difference was from my self-diagnosed stye. Styes and chalazions are in many ways similar, particularly…

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