How is the surgery?When it comes to an operation on the upper eyelids, the surgeon makes a drawing in the place where the incision will be made. It does so following the natural folds, which allows the scars to be concealed. After the incision, excess fat, muscle, and skin are removed. With very fine sutures the wound is closed, resulting in a minimal scar.
In a lower eyelid surgery, the incision is made near the eyelashes, also following the natural creases. The fat of the bags is removed, as well as the excess skin (which in this case is less than in the upper one). The wound is closed in the same way.
In case we only have excess fat bags, they can be corrected from within the eyelid, leaving no visible scars. (Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty)