As you age, your eyelids are stretched and the muscles that support your eyelid weaken over time. As a result, excess oil can gather above and below the eyelids, causing bags under your eyebrows, the upper part of your eyelids and just above the eyelid. The droopy eyelid limits your profile vision (peripheral vision), especially the upper and outer parts of the visual field, as well as creating an older, severely drooping look around your eyes. Blepharoplasty can reduce these vision problems and make your eyes look younger and more alert. Blepharoplasty can be performed simultaneously with aesthetic surgeries such as eyebrow lift and face lift. You can experience an effective change thanks to combined surgery options. Genetically low eyelid patients may have difficulty noticing this situation. To see if the eyelid is drooping, go in front of the mirror. If your eyelid has become more sagging towards the outer corner of your eye and the fold line of the eyelid is not clear, it means you have eyelid ptosis. The fact that the fold line of the eyelid is not clearly visible may cause problems in women when applying makeup. If you need to constantly lift your eyelid while wearing eye shadow, it is your turn for eyelid aesthetics. We recommend eyelid aesthetics not only for sagging patients, but also for people with dense wrinkles on the eyelid and baggy in the lower eyelid. After you have eyelid aesthetics, your face will become youthful and your eyes will appear more.