In general, after 8-9 years of eye bag revision surgery,
eye bags still appear as the patients age.
The recurrence time depends on the conditions of the first surgery.
If what is mentioned above is yes, the eye bag recurrence time will be longer.
However, excessive stiff adhesions results from excessive electrocauterization, bleeding, or excessive fat removal in the first surgery. Although stiff fibrous adhesions in front of the orbital fat can prevent the eye bags from recurring, once the eye bags recur, the surgical difficulty will greatly increase. Because there are many important nerves and blood vessels under the eyelids, doctors should be very careful stripping them. However, stiff fibrous adhesions will make these procedures dangerous and difficult. In addition, the fibrotic tissue is white and so are nerve, and therefore these fibrotic tissues are not suitable for quick cutting, and it requires experienced physicians to perform the surgery with special techniques and it also takes longer time than the first surgery.
In addition to a longer time,
there are also the following conditions: