The eye is one of the most delicate organs in the human body. It’s quite miraculous that we can see at all, and yet it’s so fragile. In fact, about 20% of people suffer from some type of vision impairment caused by an eye condition or injury. And as many as 10% have a serious vision problem but aren't aware of it because they don't have regular eye examinations.

ถุงใต้ตา surgery is a procedure to remove excess fat and skin from under the eyelids which may cause bags to form under eyes and make them look droopy or older than you are. Eye bag surgery isn’t for everyone – there are risks involved that must be weighed against potential benefits before making a decision on surgery. But if you do decide to have surgery, there are some things you can expect afterward.


  1. Immediately after surgery, your eyes may be swollen and bruised. The swelling may take several weeks to go down and the bruising may last for a few months.
  2. You may experience some pain, discomfort and/or itching after surgery. This is normal and should subside within a few days or weeks.
  3. You will be required to keep your eyes clean and dry for the first few days after surgery. Do not get the area wet, including when showering or bathing.
  4. You may have to wear an eye patch for a few days after surgery.
  5. You may have to wear a compression mask over the eyes after surgery for up to one week.
  6. Expect your vision to be blurry for several weeks after surgery, but it will gradually improve as swelling subsides.
  7. It’s normal to see blood or other fluids in your eye or on your face for several days after surgery.
  8. You may have fluid leaking from your eye for a few weeks after surgery, so be sure to monitor it.
  9. It’s normal to see a white or greenish cast in the eyes early on after surgery as the stitches break down and dissolve. Do not be alarmed if you see this – it will eventually go away.
  10. You may not see an immediate difference in the appearance of your eyes after surgery. The results will gradually become evident over time as swelling goes down and the skin around your eyes relaxes.



Eye bag surgery is a relatively simple procedure, but it does come with some risks and side effects. The best way to be prepared for these 10 things that may happen after eye bag surgery is by following your doctor's instructions carefully in the days leading up to and after this type of operation. You should also use caution when cleaning around the eyes post-surgery as you might experience pain or discomfort if they get wet too soon.

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