Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Lower eyelid “eyebags” is often associated with the “tired” lethargic appearance. Aeshetic surgery can be approved either via external skin of the eyelid or the inner side (conjunctival) of the eyelid.

Transcutaneous approach

This patient desired to improve the lower eyelid eyebags and reduce the excess skinfolds affecting the lower eyelids. Blepharoplasty with fat transposition to fill his tear troughs. The surgical incision was done through the skin side which allowed trimming of excess skin.

External (skin) approach

This lady desired to have the appearance of her lower eyelid eyebags improved through surgery. Surgery was performed from external skin incision – the fat pads were reduced and a small mid-face lift was also done to tighten the skin appearance. These were taken at 1 week following surgery.

Transconjunctival approach

This young patient desired to have the lower eyebags reduced. Surgery was performed through the conjunctival (backside of eyelid) surface preventing any external scars. Fat was transposed to the tear trough area to reduce the appearance of eyebags.