Bags under the eyes are a cosmetic concern for many of our patients at the Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre, despite the fact that they rarely indicate a serious health problem. Occuloplasty Surgeon at Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre can remove your under-eye bags if they are causing you discomfort. Keep reading as we break down the most likely causes of your bags and possible solutions.
What is the cause of Under Eye Bags?
The area between the lower eyelids and the cheeks can be affected by a number of factors, including:
Age: As we age, our cheeks lose some of their youthful plumpness and definition, which can make the fat that normally sits under our eyes stand out more and create the appearance of “bags.”
Discoloration from the sun: The delicate skin around the eyes is especially vulnerable to the harmful effects of sun exposure and ultraviolet radiation, which include the development of wrinkles, discoloration, and abnormalities in facial contour.
Genetics: Some people inherit the tendency to get puffy eyes at an early age.
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Get Rid of Under Eye Bags at Deevine Eye Care
At Deevine Eye Care & Multispeciality Centre and Lower lid blepharoplasty is how our doctors deal with puffy eyes. The procedure involves the removal or redistribution of sub-eye fat in order to improve contour and to lessen the abrupt transition between the under-eye area and the upper cheeks.
In order to avoid an unattractive “hollow” effect, our doctors are cautious about removing too much fat and tissue. To avoid compromising on both comfort and functionality, our surgeons are also careful to protect the muscle that allows for a natural blink. In some cases, we can avoid visible scarring by taking an internal approach and making the incisions inside the eyelid. Scars are barely visible even without the internal approach.
Bags under the eyes are difficult to treat and call for a specialist’s touch. Our staff consists of highly trained experts in the field of eyelid surgery. We have the necessary training to administer your treatment, and we always aim to go above and beyond in terms of the quality of care we provide.