Remark on pre & post-op upper and lower bleph? My PS says he did a wonderful job. I'm almost 4 months post-op (Photos)
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Poor Quad Blepharoplasties with poor outcome, what do I do?
Thanks for your question and photos. I am extremely sorry that you are having a hard time with your surgeon. You result is certainly less than ideal. You certainly had bilateral upper eyelid ptosis or droopy eyelid that should have been corrected when you had your initial surgery as well as sclera show or a lower eyelid that is lower than it should be. Your eyebrows are now lower than they were before which should have been discussed with your before the surgery as this is common when an upper eyelid surgery is done. Herrings law. I would get several other opinions by board certified plastic surgeons or board certified oculoplastic surgeons or board certified facial plastic surgeons. It certainly is fixable, but you need to have both eyes corrected. I do not believe that your issues can be corrected without surgery. Good Luck!
All the best,
Carlos Mata MD, MBA, FACS
@blepharoplasties @pooroutcome @docmata #drcarlosmata
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Your surgeon is unprofessional.
Unhappy with results from cosmetic surgery
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