Let’s Take A Look At Eye Bag Surgery

Eye bag surgery, or blepharoplasty, is a procedure to remove excess, sagging skin and fat from the upper and/or lower eyelids to remove the bags under the eyes and, in some cases, restore closed eyelids. To see the after surgery results visit https://www.judgemd.com/treatments/blepharoplasty-eyelids/.

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There is no need to remove the skin for the lower blepharoplasty, which is done through the conjunctiva, which removes only the fat pockets. 

Note that this procedure does not remove dark circles, wrinkles, and wrinkles, although a transconjunctival blepharoplasty (in which the laser tints the outer skin to restore the surface) can be performed at the same time. This will reduce wrinkles and leave no external scars.

The method takes about two to three hours and requires extensive numbness. After surgery, suture strips are placed to support the eyelid. These strips will be removed in three to five days.

There are some common risks with this surgery, such as infection, persistent tingling, blurred or double vision, and bad scars. Hematoma or bleeding under the skin after surgery is also normal and usually goes away in two to three weeks. However, if the pool of blood is large enough, it may need to be drained. 

You also don't have to worry if you see a white cyst along the suture line. This can be easily removed with a needle by your surgeon. When choosing a surgeon to perform eye bag removal surgery, make sure they are registered with the GMC.