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Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

The key to a youthful look

What to expect after lower eyelid surgery?

Lower eyelid surgery reduces signs of aging around the eyes, including wrinkles and under-eye bags. The skin around the eyes becomes tighter and smoother, giving a more youthful and firm appearance. Dark circles are neutralized, giving you a fresh and rested look.

You will once again confidently enjoy your reflection in the mirror.

Why is lower eyelid surgery the right solution?

The skin under the eyes is extremely thin and delicate, making it prone to early signs of aging. If you’re dealing with issues like puffy, tired eyes and dark circles, lower eyelid surgery could be the right solution for you. This procedure effectively reduces wrinkles, bags, and dark circles, restoring youthful tone and smoothness to the skin.

Preparation and Procedure

Preparation for lower eyelid surgery

Before the surgery, the patient is photographed from multiple angles to compare the results after the operation with the initial condition. Our team will thoroughly analyze your condition and, using specialized devices, precisely determine how much skin needs to be removed. It’s important to avoid medications that can affect blood clotting, such as aspirin and ibuprofen.

The procedure for lower eyelid surgery

Lower eyelid surgery is performed under local sedation or general anesthesia, depending on the specific needs and condition of the patient. The procedure involves carefully removing excess skin and fat through incisions made along the lash line, minimizing the visibility of scars.

Recovery after lower eyelid surgery

The recovery period lasts about 10-14 days, during which it is important to follow all postoperative instructions to ensure optimal healing and reduce the risk of complications. The results of the surgery are long-lasting, giving you a youthful and refreshed appearance.

Risks after lower eyelid surgery

As with any surgery, there are risks of bleeding, infection, thrombosis, and anesthesia reactions associated with lower eyelid surgery.

Complications are extremely rare when the surgery is performed by an experienced surgeon. However, some patients may experience issues such as dry and irritated eyes, difficulty closing the eyelids, and temporary vision problems.

Before and After


How long does the surgery last?

The surgery typically takes 1-2 hours, and patients can usually be discharged the same day.

Most patients experience minimal to moderate discomfort, which is easily managed with prescribed medications.

The initial results will be visible immediately, but the final appearance is achieved after the swelling and bruising subside, typically within a few weeks.