Under Eye Bags

Under Eye Bags: Options For Treatment Of Sagging Eye Skin

Sagging skin and fatty tissue around and under the eye can create the appearance of sagging bags of flesh. This condition is commonly associated with aging and a general tiredness, historically there was little to be done about under eye bags, but fortunately modern technology has allowed for a wide array of treatments for under eye bags and if you are suffering from this condition you need not. If you do considering seeking treatment for under eye bags you should be aware that under eye bags are not considered a condition threatening to health. This is important because some under eye bag treatments involve surgery, and most forms of insurance do not cover under eye bag treatment as elective surgery.

There are a number of surgical options for treating under eye bags, but because this condition is commonly caused by tiredness you should attempt to first adjust your life style to ensure that you are getting a sufficient amount of rest before you opt for a surgical treatment to under eye bags. For some people under eye bags are hereditary and if your parents suffered from under eye bags, when you begin to see them forming on your own face, chances are you are following in their under eye bag footsteps. Applying cooling agents to the skin around the eyes can temporarily alleviate under eye bag symptoms, but if you are interested in a more permanent solution there are options available for the treatment of under eye bags.

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Injectable fillers can be used to fill in sagging skin and tighten the general appearance of skin around the eyes. Alternatively Botox could be used to smooth lines around the eyes. If your problem is not simply a looseness of skin you may consider pursing a surgical eye lift which removes the fat within the under eye bag, and then tightens the remaining skin up to reduce the appearance of sagging flesh and under eye bags. An eyelift can be conducted with only local anesthesia and is generally performed at a doctor’s office or hospital in an outpatient setting. And patients can usually return home immediately after a procedure. This sort of procedure usually takes about two weeks to heal, and some life activities may limited during this healing period as the skin around the eyes will be red and possibly swollen during the healing process.

If you are considering under eye bag treatments of this sort you should take steps to educate yourself on the topic so that when you do speak to a doctor you will be well prepared and know what sorts of questions you should be asking the doctor. This will also help you to work closely with your doctor in determining, what if any, sort of under eye bag treatment is appropriate for your condition. And it will absolutely paramount that you pay close attention to the directions your doctor gives you in post procedure care so that you see the result you are looking for.

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