Many patients come into our office complaining of signs of aging on their eyelids. A lower eyelid blepharoplasty is a way to erase these signs of aging on the lower eyelids. One possible incision method for this procedure is known as the transconjunctival incision.
Which patients are most likely to receive a transconjunctival incision blepharoplasty? Typically, the younger the patient is, the greater the chance that they will benefit from the transconjunctival incision. This is because younger patients have skin that is more elastic, skin less likely to sag. This method focuses on recontouring eyelid fat deposits, not sagging eyelid skin.
If you’re experiencing lower or upper eyelid issues, come in to learn more about the blepharoplasty procedure. Doctors Burton Sundin and Reps Sundin are well-respected, board-certified plastic surgeons. Contact us today and set up an appointment.