eye treatments

Eye Bag Removal Surgery

Eyes are the windows through your soul. And what makes it more interesting is that having nice and attractive eyes make an a plus point. It becomes your advantage. Unfortunately, many people suffer from some problems like eye bags that make them look aged. What are these eye bags and what causes them?

 

 

 

What are eye bags?

Eye bags are common to people who are sleepless, depressed, and most of the time, to aging people. Sometimes, the swelling under your eyes and the little puffiness of it can make you younger people look old. The underlying causes of these lie on various factors that may contribute to the formation of the unwanted eye bags.

What causes eye bags?

One of the reasons that may consider is about losing fatty tissue on the face particularly upper sheeks. This particular tissue can be found under the skin. As aging starts, it begins to deflate so fast in the cheeks continuously spreading below the eyes. Because of this, the eyes lower part are causing to bulge and elevate the fats accumulated under them. These are eye bags.

 

Addendum to the reasons that cause eye bags is when the orbital septum weakens. This is a membrane which functions to hold fats under the eye where it is pleated away from the skin. Normal aging may cause to weaken the orbital septum as the fats behind it moves to bulge outward and press on the skin. The bulging of fats causes and/or adds the appearance of eye bags.

 

Moreover, some people are genetically predisposed to have extra fats under the eyes. It means that they were just born with it.

 

With all of the reasons, fortunately, technology has found its way to remove those eye bags. And Kinly Beauty care has it all. They have medical experts and cosmetic surgeons to do it perfectly just right for you. This beauty care have been boosting and helping people’s confidence in Australia and Asia-Pacific region by getting rid of those eye bags for more than 25 years

 

 

What are the various treatments available for eye bags?

You may consider the following treatments and pick the right one for you. These treatments may vary depending on your needs and preference.

 

Surgical Eye Bag Removal

In surgical eye bag removal, surgeons may remove or adjust the fat under the eyes to get rid of the bags. Some patients may be benefited from this procedure by removing the excess skin under the eyes.  It is an advantage.

 

Eye bag Removal

In surgical upper eye bag removal, an incision is made hidden in the normal fold of the upper eyelids and stretches slightly beyond the outside corner into the existing creases. In this procedure, excess skin can be removed. Because the incision follows the natural shape of the upper eyelids, it will be well camouflaged then healed.  For lower eye bag removal, an incision is generally made just below the lower lashes. In this process, excess skin and fats can be removed. If you want to know more about Surgical Eye bag Removal, call us now.

 

How is eye bag reduction performed?

During the surgery, it is either local anesthesia or general anesthesia will be administered as felt appropriate by the surgeon. The incision on the lower eyelid is either made just below the lower lash line or inside the lower eyelid. Then, the excess skin and fats are eliminated. The incisions are closed with sutures, surgical tape or skin adhesive. Medication and ointment are prescribed to help faster healing and prevent infection after the procedure. Note you must wear sun glasses until it healed.

 

 

What to expect in postoperatively?

 

The swelling and bruising after the procedure may disappear after a few weeks; though the scars fade away after few months. Then, it will reveal the beautiful eyes with smoothly well-defined eyelids that may give you rejuvenated and young look.

 

Is it possible to combine with other cosmetic surgeries?

Other procedures like face-lift, brow-lift and skin resurfacing can be done along with blepharoplasty for improving your looks.

 

 

What are the risks possible with eye bag reduction surgery?

The possible risks can be infection, temporary blurred vision, dry eyes, and scarring. In rare cases, loss of vision may occur.