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Surgery Information

Eye Bags

  • Duration: 30 min.
  • Anesthesia: Local (Deep Sleep) Anesthesia
  • Stitch Removal: N/A
  • Clinic Visit: 2 times
  • Recovery Period: Return to everyday activity 2-3 days after
What is Eye Bags Correction?
Eye bag correction or Lower Blepharoplasty is a type of surgery that corrects the droopy eye bags, often caused by age. Patients with droopy or sagging eye bags can often appear to be older than their actual age. Fat deposits can be removed or repositioned in accordance to the patients diagnosis.
Recommended for those who
  1. 1. thick buldging eye bags
  2. 2. Have severe dark circles
  3. 3. appear much older than their actual age

Eye Bags Correction Surgical Method

  • Incisions are made under the eyebags on the conjunctiva, thus the surgery does not leave any visible scars.
  • Patients are able to return to daily activities almost immediately after surgery, and they are permitted to apply light makeup and can also gently wash their face after surgery.
  • Dark circles fade which can lead to a brighter overall facial impression.
  • Saggy eyebags are restored to give a robust, and youthful appearance.
  • Surgical design after expert consultation STEP 01
    Consultation & Surgery Plan, Design, and outline

    Our most experienced surgeons will carefully check the individual’s condition before planning the surgery.

  • Incision through the conjunctiva STEP 02
    Incision on the conjunctiva

    Incision is made on the conjunctiva, and upon completion of the surgery the incision site is sutured on the inside which allows for no visible scars.

  • Removal of fats under the eye STEP 03
    Eye Bag Fat Adjustment

    Fats are repositioned or removed depending on each patients diagnosis.

  • After unnecessary skin is removed, fat is removed or repositioned STEP 04
    Loose or excessive skin treatment

    Saggy skin is corrected by repositioning of fats.

  • Suture the surgical area STEP 05
    Suture

    The incision site is sutured and patients may return to daily activities.