Lower Eyelid Surgery Melbourne

Aging changes in the lower eyelid plays a central role in the overall changes of midface aging. These changes are often multifactorial and often several treatment modalities may be combined to give the best possible result. These changes often lead to:

  • Excess skin or “bags” under the lower lid;
  • A deep groove near the inner part of the lower eyelid, sometimes known as the “tear trough”;
  • Out turning and loosening of the lower lid exposing the inner lining of the lower lid (ectropion); or
  • Drooping of the midface leading to heavy naso-labial folds; the folds on either sides of the nose.
Why do eyebags form?
What treatment options are available for lower eyelid rejuvenation or eyebags?
If I need surgery, where it leave a visible scar?
Where is surgery performed?
What can I expect in terms of recovery after surgery?
Can I see some photos of results?

*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.