Hello, I am Dr. Donald, You’re a plastic facial surgeon here in Beverly Hills and I hope everyone has a happy year. The topic that I have received many requests about is the surgery of lower eyelids or lower blepharoplasty.
Usually, we all have fat sitting under our eyes and dampens our eyes from vibration when we walk or run. This fat usually sits behind our cheeks and gives us a smooth contour between the lower eyelid and the cheek, but as we all get older, this fat can move forward and break or a pseudo herniate, which is basically a fancier one Expression that the fat gets a small bulge and that the protrusion can be visible. This bulge may cause a convexity and a concavity or depression underneath that may cause the appearance of puffy bags or blepharoplasty.
To address this, I prefer to perform a lower blepharoplasty through a cut that is hidden on the inside of your eyelid, so on the outside There is no scar that you can see through a cut on the inside The eye along the condom hoop or the pink part of the eye, where it is not visible from the outside, can be incised, and through this incision, the fat gets along the lower eyelid slid into an area where it is hollow area in which the area and the trough or the area under the eyelid that is depressed, can cause a much smoother transition and create a smooth Lynch-Eke contour.
The lower eyelid blepharoplasty is performed under general anesthesia so that you are the last to fully sleep. You will remember that you breathe a little oxygen when you awake before falling asleep. You have a small pad or a small sting that holds the fat in the trough, and you have a little stitch in the corner of your eye. The make-up can stay in place for a week. Most patients feel that it takes about two weeks for most of the bruising and swelling to appear and resolve their past look – the bags under the eyes, if you have more questions, please contact me.