Lower Blepharoplasty

Lower Blepharoplasty or eye bag surgery is an eye surgery that aims to tighten the bag and fold the lower eyelid. In this case it includes reducing fat and excess skin and tightening muscles in the eye frame.

Who are the right candidates for Lower Blepharoplasty?

People who have large eye bags due to excess fat tissue in the lower eye
People with severe dark circles under the eyes
People with basins under the eyes
People who look older than their actual age

Operation Duration: estimated 60-90 minutes

Type of Anesthesia: Local Anesthesia

Pre-Operation Preparation:

Initial consultation with the doctor, convey the result you want as clear as possible

doctor will explain the procedures and risks that might occur
Perform an eye check

Operation Process:

Eye bag surgery is done by making an incision under the eyelashes or on the lower eyelid to remove or regulate excess fat, muscle and sagging skin
The doctor will combine the skin with small stitches along the bottom of the lashes or eyelids

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Infection
Dry eyes
Vision problems such as tear duct disorders and eyelid position

Postoperative Care:

Use cold compress to reduce eye swelling
Gently cleanse the eyelid using the prescribed ointment
Routinely use eye drops to keep your eyes from drying out
Wear sunglasses to protect the eyes from irritation from sunlight and wind
You can consume paracetamol or other painkillers but it must first be approved by the doctor
No swimming or strenuous activities in a few days
Do not smoke
Don’t use contact lenses and don’t rub your eyes excessively