55-64 year old woman treated with upper Eyelid Surgery and endoscopic browlift

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A woman in her early 60’s who is having difficulty with her vision at night because her upper eyelids and brows are blocking her vision. As we age we “deflate” and the brows and eyelids come down. She is shown before and again, 6 weeks after an endoscopic brow lift, combined with upper lid blepharoplasty. At first glance it may not appear that her brows are elevated. But the brows are penciled in and a mole on her left temple is shown to be pulled up from the brow lift. A blepharoplasty alone would not have appeared as natural because it would not address the drooping of her eyebrows. Her visual obstruction is corrected and she looks more rested as well.

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