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Are you tired of the failing attempts to get rid of your under eye bags? Have your eye bags been through every possible natural remedy available? Have you exhausted your cosmetic budget to get the perfect under eye cream? But, nothing works?

Well, then, it’s time you consider a different option, i.e., Lower-Eyelid Surgery.

We know, hearing the S word (surgery) opens a jar of ifs and buts. To counter that, we’ve gathered all the information you might need to better understand this procedure. But, before that, let’s learn what leads to us under eye bags in the first place.

What Causes Under Eye Bags?

Under-eye bags are one of the most visible problems of the face. They give you a weary appearance and can make you appear elder than your actual age.

Under-eye bags mainly affect women of older age but are now prevalent in men too. In fact, younger men and women of age group 24-30 years are also facing this problem nowadays.

Which brings us to the question, what causes eyes bags?

According to most people, eye bags occur due to irregular sleep, unhealthy lifestyle, over-consumption of salt, smoking or because of using too much make-up, which is true in a way. However, the main culprit for under-eye bags is fat. As you age, your fat starts sagging, the muscles weaken, and your skin loses elasticity.

Less collagen (a protein that gives structure to the cells) is another reason for the droopy fat. Due to less collagen, the skin starts to wrinkle and sag. Other than this, a variety of other factors like regular sun exposure, genetics and dehydration also contribute to causing eye bags.

However, this aesthetic problem can be treated all at once using the simple procedure of lower-eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty).

Blepharoplasty: One-Stop Solution to Under Eye Bags

Blepharoplasty, also known as the eyelid lift, is a common procedure that helps in getting rid of the eye-puffiness and provides a fresh look to the face. It tightens up the tissues around the eye area and cuts down years from your appearance.

Lower-eyelid blepharoplasty especially focuses on the under eyes area to eliminate under-eye bags. This surgical reconstruction involves tightening and lifting the under eye muscles, removal of extra fat, and repositioning. It is a minimally invasive procedure with a great success rate in the past years.

That being said, a study also suggests that removal of lower eyelid bags requires fat excision. Thus, lower-eyelid surgery is one of the best options for removal of under eye bags.

What Difference Can Blepharoplasty Lower-Eyelid Surgery Make?

According to a research statistics, approximately 8.7 thousand eyelid surgery procedures were performed in the UK. Joining the forces, approximately 85% of the women in the USA chose to undergo the blepharoplasty procedure in 2014.

Would it have been possible to hit this conversion rate if the procedure was unsafe or ineffective? Well, the numbers speak the truth.

However, here are some key-points that exhibit the difference this surgery can make.

  • Eliminates under-eye bags and also cures baggy lower eyelids that appear right below the iris.
  • It treats sagging or loose skin that creates lines and folds in the skin.
  • Reduces fatty deposits around the eyes that appear as puffiness in the eyelids.
  • It also removes excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid.

Pre-operative Tips for Lower-Eyelid Surgery

Before surgery, your surgeon will order some tests to identify your vision and your ability to produce tears.  The tests are important to avoid risk for complications during or post surgery. Besides, if you wear lenses or spectacles, make sure to carry them for proper diagnosis.

Other than this, your eye-care team may advise you to abstain from certain medications, smoking, and drinking before surgery. These basic things can prove to be very helpful in getting the desired results.

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The blog is presented by Sharda Hospital. Sharda Hospital is one of the largest super speciality hospitals in Delhi National Capital Region (NCR).

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