Outside Lower Eyelid

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Asian Blepharoplasty, Asiandouble Eyelid, Blepharoplasty, Canthoplasty, Cosmetic Surgery, Double Eyelid Surgery, Eyebags Surgery, Eyelash Transplant, Eyelid Ptosis Surgery, Eyelid Surgery Blepharoplasty, Eyelid Surgery, Eyelid Tightening, Eyelid Tuck, Face Procedures, Inside Lower Eyelid, Keratoplasty, Lower Eye Cover, Lower Eyelid, Lower Lid, Outer Eyelid, Palpebra, Plastic Surgery, Skin Procedures, Upper Eyelid

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Surgical rejuvenation of the eyelids or Blepharoplasty is a procedure usually performed on otherwise healthy patients who may have excess skin, muscle, and fat around the eyelids. The operation is done to rejuvenate the eyelids and achieves a more youthful appearance.
An incision is made in the lower eyelid just underneath the lid margin where a normally occurring line or crease exists. The skin is gently pulled back to allow access to the area.
The tissue is dissected to the underlying fat pockets. The surgeon will gently press on the eye to better expose the fat that will be removed.
The pockets of fat are exposed and a series of surgical instruments are used to remove the fat.
The excess skin is pulled away and removed.
The wounds are closed with suture of the surgeon`s preference.
Sutures may be removed in 3-5 days. Healing time may take up to two weeks. The patient can expect to see swelling and bruising during this time. It is possible that it may take several months before final results are achieved.

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