Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Lower eyelid blepharoplasty reduces excess skin and/or fat in the lower eyelids.

  • The surgeon makes incisions in the inside (transconjunctival approach) or outside of the lower eyelids.
  • The excess fat is removed or repositioned and a small strip of excess skin is excised.
  • Incisions made on the inside of the eyelids are not visible. Incisions made on the outside of the lower eyelids are barely visible and fade over time.

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