EYE BAGS REMOVAL | LOWER EYELID SKIN TIGHTENING & WRINKLE REMOVAL




What is Eye bags?


Eye bags can form under the eyes due to the accumulation of excess fat under the eyes. This can make people look older and tired. Dark circles can also form under the lower eyelids due to unwanted fat and skin wrinkle.

Lower eyelid skin tightening & wrinkle removal


The elasticity of the skin and muscle tension in the lower eyelids reduces as people age. It can also unbalance the orbital fat pockets under the eyes. Due to this it can make you look older and more tired than normal. To fix these issues, eye bags removal is performed to remove the excess fat and tighten the lower eyelid skin for wrinkle removal.

To prevent visible scarring, eye bag removal surgery is done by A) WITHOUT external incision or scar B) Slim line incision along the eyeliner line.

A) Eye bag removal without external scar

Duration
1 hour
Anesthesia
Local
Hospitalization
N/A
Stitch out
N/A
Recovery
2-4 weeks

B) Eye bag removal with lower eyelid skin tightening

Duration
1 hour
Anesthesia
Local
Hospitalization
N/A
Stitch out
N/A
Recovery
2-4 weeks
Benefits of Eye Bags Removal -

1. It can create an anti-aging effect by curing wrinkles and sagging on the lower eyelids. 2. It can create a youthful appearance by removing dark circles and filthy fat under the eyes. 3. It can increase the muscle tension and elasticity of the skin. 4. It can remove eye bags under lower eyelids 5. It can create a smoother and brighter surface under the eyes.
Benefits of Lower Eyelid Skin Removal
1. It can create a youthful appearance by removing dark circles and filthy fat under the eyes.
2. It can fix wrinkles and sagging of the lower eyelids
3. It can increase the muscle tension and elasticity of the skin.
4. It can fix eye bags.

Will it hurt?
The procedure is performed under local anesthesia which numbs the area around the eyes. You may be feeling sleepy during the surgery, but insensitive to pain.
Is the surgery safe?
Eyelid surgery is a safe procedure in the expert hands of a plastic surgeon. The complications are infrequent and usually minor. You can reduce your risks by closely following your surgeon’s instructions both before and after surgery. The minor complications that occasionally follow blepharoplasty include temporary swelling and bruising around the eyes; a slight asymmetry in healing or scarring; sensitivity to light; dry and itchy eyes usually clear after a week; watery eyes can last for a few weeks.