10 days post op upper and lower blepahoplasty
Hi. At 10 days post op you still have some swelling. It is obscuring what the final result will likely be. Things may loosen up as well. While it does look like the upper eyelid corner slightly overrides the lower, it is difficult to tell if this is due to swelling from your photo. Give it some time and contact your surgeon about your concerns. Best regards, Ira Vidor, M.D.
Honestly not entirely sure what is going on here.
Whatever it is, it is most assuredly not normal. Time will help with the swelling. The issue might just go away but I doubt it. I think that time will make it more clear that something is not right here. It looks like the lower eyelid might have been tighten with a lateral cathoplasty. The corner of the upper eyelid and the corner of the lower eyelid should come together at the same spot. That is not exactly happening. Please follow your surgeons directions and consider reposting once you are about 2 months out from surgery and updating us about how you are doing.
Concerned at 10 days post op blepharoplasty
Thank you for sharing your concerns and photo. Fortunately, you are in the very early stages of the healing process. Your skin will smooth out and everything will look better in a few months. Make sure to go to your follow up appointments with your surgeon.
Healing after blepharoplasty of the upper and lower lids
Healing in this area - between two incisions - may appear irregular and feel "hard" until the edema resolves. Surgeons have different recommendations for postoperative care - be sure to follow your surgeon's instructions carefully. Week by week this area will typically flatten, and the incisions fade. Best wishes on your recovery.
Too tight [post bleph
since you are only 10 days post op I would not be overly concerned.This will smooth out with time and get back to normal.