LOWER EYELID LAXITY, TEAR TROUGH AND EYEBAG
As we all know, the eye skin is the most delicate area in the body. Improper skin care or excessive stretching may exacerbate laxity eyelid skin, resulting in increased sagging or wrinkles, showing signs of ageing.
Eye bags are the most common problem in eye ageing but often confused with other conditions like hypertrophic orbicularis muscle and tear grooves. How should we distinguish these three? The appearance of the dark circles following sleepless nights can worsen the effect of eye bag on your appearance.
Suitable for people who are younger and who do not have loose eye tissues.
The operation is to remove excess orbital fat through the conjunctiva inside the eye. Since there is no wound on the skin, there is no risk of scars and eyelid ectropion after surgery.
• Open eyelid
Suitable for anyone with eye bags.
Surgery removes the prolapsed orbital fat, orbital muscles and loose skin through the skin under the eyelashes. The operation can not only remove eye bags, but also achieve the effect of tightening eyelids.
The sutures are removed five to seven days after the operation, and the scar can fade in two to three months. The operation is performed under local anesthesia and takes 60 to 90 minutes. The patient does not need to be hospitalized. The bruising and swelling can subside within one to two weeks. Surgery complications include: lower eyelid depression and ectropion, diplopia, asymmetry, and scar hyperplasia, but the situation is not common.