1. The patient is given anesthesia which can be either local or general.
  2. The surgeon makes an incision in the upper or lower lid, depending on the type of surgery.
  3. The surgeon removes excess fat and skin from the eyelid.
  4. The surgeon sutures the incision closed and applies an ointment to the wound.
  5. The patient is monitored for a few hours post-surgery to ensure that no complications arise.
  6. The patient is given instructions on how to care for the wound and reduce swelling.
  7. The patient is given follow-up appointments to monitor healing and check for any potential complications.
  8. After sufficient healing, the sutures are removed and the patient is free to resume normal activities.

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