Scar after eyelid surgery. Is there any cream I can use to thin out the scar?
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Laxity in the Upper Eyelids
Droopy eyelids 9 years after surgery
Thank you for your question. Recurrence of excess and droopy periorbital tissue is not uncommon several years after surgery since the aging process continues. Revisional eyelid surgery may be an option when indicated. Without a picture, it is difficult to determine the best options to address your concerns. However, as a rule of thumb, chemical and laser treatments are not performed on the upper eyelids.
Brow lift or volume
so recurrent upper lid drooping is either what it says it is or alternatively brow descent (treated by brow lift) or orbit volume changes. These can be improved by augmenting the orbital upper rim with fat or filler. Hope that helps. Adam Goodwin
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Extra skin 9 years after blepharoplasty
Without a photo, it is difficult to comment on exactly what procedure would be ideal for you. However, based on the fact that your original surgery was nine years ago and our faces continue to age, it is likely that a revision could be considered. Lasers and chemical peels to tighten skin are not advised for the upper eyelids as the healing can be unpredictable and this is a difficult area to treat without potential damage to the eyes. Sometimes a simple "pinch skin excision" can be performed in the office under local anesthesia and would not be as involved as your original surgery. If the "bags" in your lower eyelids have returned to some degree but the skin is still tight, it may be possible to place some hyaluronic acid filler in the tear trough area to smooth the junction between the lower eyelid and cheek. Post some pictures for more specific recommendations. Good luck!
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