Revision lower blepharoplasty possible
You may benefit from revision right lower blepharoplasty. See an oculoplastic surgeon for evaluation and treatment.
Lower lid residual fat pad
Looks like a little touch up surgery on that right lower lid medial fat pad would improve the appearance. A transconjunctival approach would be best for a short down time. Laser resurfacing would tighten up the skin in the preseptal area, but probably not resolve the relative puffiness of that medial fat pad. The frontalis muscle seems to be working overtime (looks like you are using your forehead in the photos). A brow lift might help you out in the future if you are inclined to do that. Best wishes with your decision.
From your photos it appears you still have some medial fat. You would benefit from a revision to remove this small residual pocket.
You might have residual fat in your medial compartment that is bother you. Often a transconjunctival approach( not through the skin) can be performed to treat that stubborn area.
Thank you for your question. Based on the photos you provided you may have some residual fat in the medial pad of your right lower lid. This is a simple revision. Communicate with your surgeon, I am sure he or she will care for you. Otherwise, your eyes look great! Best wishes.
I believe what you are feeling and seeing is residual fat pads. You should follow up with your surgeon and ask if further surgery would be helpful. In my practice I would touch this up with no cost to you, but everyone has different policies. I think you would see marked improvement and hope you achieve the result you desire. Best of luck
The puffiness you see is the medial fat pad of the lower lid. You would need a revision surgery to go in and take that out.
Thank you for your question. Revision surgery is possible, and can remedy your discomfort with your lower lid, however, a nonsurgical approach in transconjunctival blepharoplasty is also available. This procedure removes the fatty tissue by using a laser on the interior part of the lower eyelid. An incision is made inside of the eyelid itself to gain access to the lower eyelid fat bags. The fatty tissue is removed and the skin is re-draped into its normal position. I suggest that you consult with a board certified facial plastic surgeon and inquire about transconjunctival blepharoplasty.