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Is the puffiness on my cheeks 4 weeks post op lower blepharoplasty swelling or festoons or malar bags?


I am 4 weeks post -op lower blepharoplasty. I had the surgery because of puffiness on my upper cheek under my eyes. Is the puffiness under my eyes continued swelling or do I have malar bags or festoons? If I do have them, what is the most effective way to treat them? My eyes now look much worse than they did before surgery and I am very unhappy. The first picture I will share is before surgery.

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