No other feature of your face gives your age away just as your eyes do. Crow’s feet, wrinkles, fine laugh lines, sagging under-eye skin, and unsightly dark circles are all telltale indicators of how old you are. Sometimes, these problems are less related to old age and more related to lifestyle choices (i.e. poor diets, insomnia, etc.) Fixing those imperfections will improve your self-esteem as quickly as possible. Blepharoplasty Toronto is also an ideal solution, and is often referred to as eyelid surgery! In this post, we concentrate mostly on the complexities of lower blepharoplasty and how it can boost your overall beauty and rebuild your confidence by removing years from your face.
How aging affects the lower eyelids?
When aging starts, skin loses much of its natural collagen and elasticity, which can cause sagging skin, wrinkles (which sometimes occur prematurely), and dark circles under the eyes. Fat deposits change over time and appear to accumulate just under your eye and make the area looks sunken, dreary, and perpetually tired. Continuous deposition of fat deposits in this area causes the aging of the facial muscles, resulting in it can weaken and lead to early aging.
Here are only a handful of the most noticeable symptoms of aging around the eyes:
- Dark circles
- Puffy, hollow grooves
- Under-eye bags(It from beneath the bags) and festoons
- Tired looking eyes
- Drooping, sagging skin caused by excess skin, and disproportionate fat deposits
- Wrinkles and fine lines
The Types of Lower Eyelid Surgery
Lower blepharoplasty is focused on two variations, based on the nature of work to be undertaken, the patient’s preferences, and the facial plastic surgeon’s advice. There’s the transconjunctival approach and the transcutaneous.
Transconjunctival Lower Eyelid Surgery
Transconjunctival lower eyelid surgery requires an internal incision on the lower eyelid in compliance with the lashing line. Instead of making an external incision, which will probably leave an impervious scar, the surgeon gets access to fat pads within the eyelid through the conjunctiva internally.
Transcutaneous Lower Eyelid Surgery
Lower eyelid transcutaneous surgery requires an exterior incision under the lash line immediately on the lower eyelid (this is called a subciliary incision). This specific technique is used in patients who wish to fix the puffiness and bags under their eyes. Usually, they are adults above 40 years of age. Skin and muscles that regulate facial functions are increasingly lax, and fats start building up around the eye.