Eye Bag Removal (Lower Blepharoplasty)
Dark circles and puffy eyes aren’t from lack of sleep. These are actually caused by light reflecting off blood vessels under the skin, and emphasized by facial structure and poor blood circulation. You can also be genetically predisposed, or have seasonal allergies that can make them look worse. Concealer and skincare can help, but for a more permanent solution, you can go to an Eye Bag Removal Singapore clinic.
Eyebag removal is sometimes called lower lid blepharoplasty (upper lid blepharoplasty is double eyelid surgery, which creates a crease).
Eyebag removal Singapore treatments
When we look in the mirror, we think, “My eyes look droopy and tired!” and blame our eyebags for it. However, a Singapore aesthetic centre will often combine several treatments to freshen up the eyes. Eyebag removal surgery will take off excess skin and pockets of fat, but you may need a brow lift to fix drooping, and dermal fillers to minimize crow’s feet. Collagen and other anti-ageing treatments can also help minimize dark circles that have become more prominent over the years.
Eyebag removal surgery and healing
This is an outpatient procedure that can be done with local anesthesia at the eyebag removal Singapore clinic you have chosen. You may feel discomfort and very minimal pain after the procedure. It’s normal for vision to be temporarily blurry, but this disappears within 24 hours.
You can also expect swelling and bruising around the eyes for up to 10 days after you had the surgery. Applying ice packs can help. You may need to avoid heavy lifting and bending for 5 to 7 days. Usually, you will be able to go to work after a week, but your eye bag removal Singapore doctor is the best to gauge your expected healing and recovery time based on your age, medical history, and the treatments done.
Lower lid cosmetic surgery, blepharoplasty removal of eyelid skin and fat, by Dr. Tavallali, cosmetic plastic surgeon in Washington D.C., No...