Lower Lid BagsCase ID: 3917
Front: A patient with lower lid bags seen before and after a bilateral lower lid blepharoplasty with fat repositioning and a small injection of Restylane to the outer lid-cheek junction to further enhance the result
This patient had prominent lower lid bags. He underwent a bilateral lower lid transconjunctival blepharoplasty with fat repositioning (scarless surgery as the incision was made on the inside of the lower eyelid). Following recovery from the surgery he underwent a small injection of Restylane to the outer lid-cheek junction to further enhance the result. Restylane, or fat infections for those patients who prefer to avoid dermal fillers, can supplement the surgery in some patients depending on their own preoperative clinical examination findings and on their own wishes.