Services• EYE CARE


Eyelid dermatochalasis refers to the excessive, sagging, or redundant skin of the upper or lower eyelids. It is a common condition associated with aging and is caused by the loss of elasticity in the skin.

Dermatochalasis can result in a tired or heavy appearance, obstructed vision, or difficulty applying makeup.

Treatment options include eyelid surgery called blepharoplasty, which involves removing excess skin and sometimes underlying fat deposits. Blepharoplasty can restore a more youthful and refreshed appearance while improving vision and reducing discomfort associated with eyelid dermatochalasis.

It is commonly done on the upper and/or lower eyelids to address concerns such as droopy or sagging eyelids, puffiness, and under-eye bags. During the surgery, incisions are made along the natural creases of the eyelids, allowing for the removal or repositioning of the targeted tissues. The incisions are then closed with sutures.

Blepharoplasty can help improve vision obstruction, enhance the aesthetics of the eyes, and provide a more youthful and refreshed appearance.

Consultation with a qualified Ophthalmologist is essential to discuss the procedure.