As we age, our body loses the elasticity and leads to fat bulging. Around the eyes, the protruding fat and skin form the so called “eyebags” making one look tired constantly. Lower blepharoplasty is a procedure to correct the protruding fat and tighten the saggy skin. Based on the presentation, it can either be done as an “internal” or “external” approach. Internal approach offers a scarless result while external approach gives a minimal scar along the lower eyelashes.
Unlock Youthful Radiance with Lower Blepharoplasty
Benefits of Lower Blepharoplasty:
- Life-changing Impact: A significant change in your overall appearance.
- Enhanced Alertness: Achieve a more alert, energetic, and youthful look.
- Eliminating Sleepy Eyes: Bid farewell to constantly fatigued appearance.
- Wider and Youthful Eyes: Enhances eye width and charm.
- Skin Tightening: Achieve a refreshed appearance with tightened lower eyelid skin.
- Long-lasting Results: It is extremely rare for eyebags to relapse after removal.
- Natural results: The shape of the eyes is preserved during the procedure.
Who is an Ideal Candidate for Lower Blepharoplasty
Consider lower blepharoplasty if you exhibit the following criteria:
- Excessive skin folds on the lower eyelids
- Protruding eyebags when looking straight and/or upwards.
- Eyes that constantly appeared tired despite a restful night
- Ideally, patient needs to be of general good health and are non-smokers.
Lower blepharoplasty is an effective surgical solution, suitable for individuals of various ages. While the procedure is quick and minimally demanding, it effectively addresses concerns about eye appearance and vitality.
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Recovery After Lower Blepharoplasty
Selecting the Best Lower Blepharoplasty Surgeon in Sydney:
Risks Associated with Lower Blepharoplasty Surgery:
Even with a highly qualified and experienced plastic surgeon, lower blepharoplasty, like any surgical procedure can be associated with potential risks. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with the procedure to make an informed decision on the procedure. Choosing an experienced and qualified plastic surgeon will minimize these potential risk and complications.
Potential complications could include infection, excessive bleeding, delayed wound healing, and scarring. Ectropion is a rare complication which can occur among patients who have excessive skin trimmed during a lower blepharoplasty procedure.
Dr. Frank Hsieh routinely employs effective and extensively studied surgical techniques, significantly reducing the risks associated with lower blepharoplasty.