Non-Surgical Eyebag Removal VS Transconjunctival Lower Blepharoplasty (Non-Surgical VS Surgical)
There are two methods to remove saggy eyebags: the non-surgical and surgical approach. Both methods are efficient in getting rid of bags and wrinkles under the eyes. The right procedure for you will depend on a few factors that will be discussed between you and your aesthetic doctor, and typically includes the severity of the eyebags, the laxity of the skin (sagginess) and your desired outcome.
Scarless eyebag removal surgery (transconjunctival lower blepharoplasty) is a direct approach to remove moderate to severe eyebags. A small incision is made on the inner part of the lower eyelid called the conjunctiva to remove excess fats, obliterating the sagginess of the eyebags and thus poses no risk of scarring as the incision is hidden inside the conjunctiva. Most patients can achieve significant results with just one procedure, and the results are permanent.
The non-surgical approach is suitable for patients who desire a minimally invasive technique to remove unwanted eyebags.
|Non-Surgical Eyebag Removal||Scarless Eyebag Removal Surgery|
|Type||Minimally invasive||Surgically invasive|
|Procedure||Uses radiofrequency and subdermal cannula||Involves a small incision in the conjunctiva (inside of lower eyelid)|
|Results||Long-lasting, may require repeated procedures depending on severity||Permanent|