What can be done to correct the eye asymmetry after upper and lower eyelid surgery? (Photo)
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What can be done to correct the eye asymmetry after upper and lower eyelid surgery?
In the presence of volume loss; blepharoplasty can be combined with stem cell enriched fat transfer in order to have a better result. If you have volume loss in the supportive fat pads then it is the best way to combine stem cell enriched fat transfer to the lower eyelids. Because removing the excess skin tissue will not solve problem by itself but lead to depression in the lower eyelid area in a later time period. Therefore; assessing the patient properly and understanding the exact need is the most important step in the aesthetics surgery practice. You can be sure that you will be evaluated in detail to understand what bothers you and what the underlying problem that led to this condition is.
Ptosis of the right upper eyelid and brow ptosis
Eyelid ptosis remains after blepharoplasty
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Your photographs show ptosis of the right eyelid, and also brow ptosis. The best course of action is to see an oculoplastic surgeon in your area for revision surgery. You might want several opinions in fact. Prior to agreeing to anything, be sure to have all of your questions answered, and look at before and after photographic evidence that the surgeon is an expert with the levator muscle. Levator reattachment with or without a modest brow lift - in the right hands - would give you a rejuvenated, rested appearance. If you are healthy, the revisions could be done in an office setting. Best wishes for a much better experience.
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