Is there much scarring with a Blepharoplasty?

 Some scarring should be expected, although the scarring associated with blepharoplasty is quite minimal and practically non-existent after several months.

The scars are placed within the normal creases and folds of the upper and lower eyelids so that when the eyes are open the scars are invisible.  With lower blepharoplasty, where the fat is to be removed with no skin excision, the incision can be made either on the inside of the eyelid or under the lash line. Many surgeons prefer the transconjuctival incision with fat removal-only cases.