How Do I Lower the Corner of my Eye After a Bad Blepharoplasty Experience?
- Asked by DRoy in Detroit, MI
- 2 years ago
After Bad Blephoroplasty when I Laugh, Inner Corner Narrows, Outer Corner "Flies" Up, Strange Expression.
To weigh down eye- lower brow+ botox or fillers?
BOTOX, fillers, and further surgery are all options
BOTOX, fillers, and further surgery are all options. If you have a strange expression due to movement, BOTOX is something to consider. Sometimes filler can also be used to lift the lid and reshape it slightly. And, filler is good for treating a hollow area causing a fold to happen when you smile.
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Change in eyelid shape with motion after blepharoplasty
You will need an examination to determine your possibilities of using botox or fillers. Time may help and depending on how far out your are, it can improve over 18 months. Massaging the area, if it is strong enough and your sugeon approves this, can help soften the tissue and make the skin move more naturally.
Complications from a Blepharoplasty
It is very difficult to assess your problem without photographs. It can take up to six months in some cases to see the final results of a blepharoplasty. I would address your concerns with your surgeon. If he or she is not able to address your problem satisfactorily, it would be a good idea to see an Oculoplastic Surgeon for a second opinion.
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Eye corners after blepharoplasty
Photos would be helpful in evaluating your problem. But - If you are not happy with the corners of your eyes after blepharoplasty you should consult with an oculoplastic surgeon - someone who specializes in plastic surgery around your eyes to determine what can be done to improve the appearance and correct the things that bother you about the corners of your eyes.
What to do about eye corner position after bad blepharoplasty
Two photos would be helpful, one with your face at rest and one smiling. That would help to determine what if anything can be done.
I recommend consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon with training and experience in eyelid surgery.
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