I had lower blephroplasty a year ago and still have tightness around my eyes is this normal and will it go?
Tightness Around the Eyes 1 Year After Lower Blepharoplasty
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Tightness 1 year after lower blepharoplasty
Since it has been a year after the lower blepharoplasty, the tightness that you are feeling will probably not go away. It appears that this is probably going to permanent and will not go away.
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One year for complete healing after blepharoplasty
Usually at one year the healing process has run its course. If you have persistent unusual symptoms I would see your operating physician.
Tightness around the eyes 1 year after lower blepharoplasty
Interesting concern. I would seek opinions from boarded surgeons to examine you and discuss the results in detail.
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Tightness around eyes 1 year after blepharoplasty
Tightness around the eyes after cosmetic eyelid surgery is common for the first 6 to 8 weeks. One year later is a little unusual, but it depends on the procedure and where you are feeling the tightness. If your surgeon performed a procedure to remove fat, or skin/muscle and fat, then the eyelid might be sitting in a slightly lower position as compared to the pre-operative eyelid height.
This can give the sensation of tightness, or what you are perceiving as tightness could be related to mild dry eyes. If the tightness is in the outer corner of both lower eyelids, your surgeon might have performed a procedure to "tighten" the tendon, a canthoplasty or canthopexy. In this procedure the surgeon cuts the lateral canthal tendon ( tendon that anchors the eyelid to bone on the outside of the eyes), shortens the tendon and re-positions it to keep the eyelid at the same height or even slightly higher. I would contact your surgeon, discuss your symptoms, and ask what you might be able to do to alleviate it.
Tightness in lower lids
Tightness in the lower lid at one year is unusual. Go see your surgeon and review the care and your concerns.
This is not a common complaint 1 year out from the surgery. I would recommend that you see your plastic surgeon to be evaluated.
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