The action of blepharoplasty is to reduce the swelling, puffiness or wrinkles of the eyelids, and the removal of fatty bags around the eyes.
These conditions occur when fat is introduced into the muscle layers.
Blefaroplasty (BLEF-uh-roe-plas-tee) is a type of surgery that improves the eyelids and may include removal of excess skin, muscle and fat.
As the age rises, your eyelids stretch and the muscles behind them weaken.
As a result, excessive fat may be accumulated above and below the eyelids,
weakening the eyebrows, sticking to high calves and bags under your eyes.
Dilatation of the eyelids is corrected by removing the skin of the muscle and excess fat,
which is called blepharoplasty.
For blepharoplasty on the lower eyelid, a slit or slice is hidden to remove fat and skin, just below the lower eyelashes.
Although blepharoplasty should be considered, correction of the folds of the eye (claw finger lines), but the operation of blepharoplasty can not blur the black halo around the eye.
Another method is a conjunctiva that only removes the fat of the lower eyelid and is done in special cases.