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Ageing and genetics can leave loose skin, wrinkles, and fat deposits around the eyes, making them look puffy or tired. Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is a surgical procedure that rejuvenates the eyes by adjusting the eyelids and surrounding tissues. By removing excess skin and fat and tightening the remaining tissues around the eyes, blepharoplasty helps individuals regain a refreshed appearance.

Rejuvenating Your Eyes

The wrinkles and skin laxity that develop in the eyelids over time can age your appearance. Mr Gwanmesia can rejuvenate your appearance by removing loose skin, reducing excess fat, and tightening the muscles and tissues around the eyes. Eyelid surgery effectively eliminates wrinkles and saggy tissues to restore a more youthful appearance.
Droopy eyelids can make you look sleepy and tired. Excess skin and wrinkles can also give you an angry or sad appearance even when you are feeling calm or happy. Eyelid surgery tightens the tissues around the eyes and eliminates puffiness beneath the eyes to create a more awake and happy look. After eyelid surgery, you will no longer look sleepy or sad all the time but will look refreshed and approachable.
The excess skin that accumulates in the upper eyelid region can cause eyelid hooding that interferes with your vision. Upper blepharoplasty can remove excess skin from drooping upper eyelids to correct hooding and restore a full range of sight. Blepharoplasty not only rejuvenates the appearance of the eyes but also improves functionality for those with vision impairment caused by sagging upper eyelid skin.

Eyelid Surgery Techniques

Upper Blepharoplasty

  • Rejuvenates the upper eyelids
  • Eliminates sagging skin, wrinkles, and displaced fat in the area directly above the eyes
  • Corrects upper eyelid hooding to reverse vision impairment
  • Small incisions are hidden along the creases in the upper eyelids
  • Mr Gwanmesia removes excess skin and fat from the upper eyelids
  • The tissues are tightened to refresh your appearance and restore full sight lines
  • Can be performed alone or in conjunction with lower blepharoplasty and/or other facial procedures, such as brow lift surgery or facelift surgery

Lower Blepharoplasty

  • Rejuvenates the lower eyelids
  • Eliminates sagging skin, wrinkles, and fat “bags” beneath the eyes
  • Small incisions are made either just below the lash line or on the inner lining of the lower eyelids (the conjunctiva)
  • Mr Gwanmesia removes excess skin and fat to reduce puffiness and wrinkles under the eyes
  • Can be performed alone or in conjunction with upper blepharoplasty and/or other facial procedures as desired



Frequently Asked Questions

Ideal candidates for eyelid surgery will meet the following criteria:
  • Overall good health
  • Non-smoking
  • Realistic expectations about the results
  • Signs of ageing around the eyes, such as sagging eyelids, wrinkles, and puffiness
  • Signs of ageing around the eyes that create an angry, sad, or tired appearance
  • Potential vision impairment caused by excess skin in the upper eyelids
  • No significant eye conditions (e.g., glaucoma)
While it may be possible for patients with certain eye conditions to undergo eyelid surgery, patients with glaucoma or other serious eye conditions are not good candidates for the procedure. If you have any major eye conditions, you should consult your physician before considering eyelid surgery.
Blepharoplasty may temporarily affect your eyelids’ natural blinking reflex, which can temporarily worsen dry eyes. Mr Gwanmesia will provide you with eye drops to use every few hours as needed to care for your eyes during recovery.
Results will become more noticeable within a few weeks after eyelid surgery as the bruising and swelling subside. You will begin to see noteworthy results within a few weeks, and your minor incision lines will refine over the following year.
Though the eyes will continue to age naturally, individuals who undergo eyelid surgery can expect long-lasting results that reveal a more rejuvenated, refreshed, and youthful appearance with a full range of vision. To maintain the best results, take good care of your skin and protect the area from sun exposure by wearing sunglasses, hats, and/or sunscreen.

Age: 45 to 50 year old lady

Description: Photos taken at 11 months post op

Procedure: Bilateral lower eyelid blepharoplasty

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Age: 45 to 50 year old lady

Description: Photos taken at 5 months post op

Procedure: Bilateral upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty

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*Results may vary from patient to patient. There is no guarantee of outcome.

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