Which type of lower blepharoplasty is right for me (Transconjunctival or Transcutaneous)? (Photo)
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Lower Lid Blepharoplasty
Thanks for your question and excellent photos. Based on your pictures, I can identify significant lower lid fat prolapse (bags in your lower lid). In our experience, the best approach to treating this is a transconjunctival lower lid blepharoplasty with fat transpositioning. I would be hesitant to remove any fat as this could cause a hollow appearance. I would also recommend against removal of any skin from your lower lid as you are a younger patient and this could result in lower lid retraction. Whenever you are unsure about surgery (and especially when you are travelling abroad for it), I would always recommend multiple opinions. These procedures are not without significant risks.
I hope this helps, good luck!
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