Can Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty to Remove Fat Permanently Stretch the Lower Lid? (photo)
I had very little fat under my eyes and no wrinkles. I am one week post op and my lower eyelids are stretched to the point that my corneas slip below them when I look down. I also have an extreme loss in my distance vision, double vision, and extreme light loss due to the lower lids covering the pupils when looking down. Pre-surgery, the cornias pushed the lids down, allowing the pupil to have full light gathering capabilities. Given time, will this self correct? If not, what are options?
Can Transconjunctival Blepharoplasty to Remove Fat Permanently Stretch the Lower Lid?
Lower lid stretch
Definitely advise you to see the care of an ophthalmologist.
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