Like the lowering of the eyebrows, the appearance of dark circles and excess skin on the eyelids contribute to a tired look. Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty aims to reverse these effects and achieve a more natural look, young and according to moods.
In the upper eyelids, it is common to produce more excess skin than in the lower eyelids, therefore surgery is mainly responsible for removing excess skin with strategically placed incisions to achieve an optimal aesthetic result. Depending on the case, it may be necessary to remove or place fat in the upper eyelid, to make it more natural.
In the lower eyelids it is usually necessary to remove the excess fat that contributes to the appearance of dark circles, although in some cases it is enough to reposition the tissues to erase them. The excess skin is usually less than in the upper eyelids and is removed conservatively with an incision just under the lashes that is very difficult to perceive.
I share the results of our patient with “rejuvenation of the look”. To achieve this, a combination of reconstructive and aesthetic techniques was used: frontal endoscopic lifting, upper eyelid blepharoplasty with ptosis correction and inferior blepharoplasty with tarsal-strip.
New look, new face. Happy patient.