Very high incision line for upper bleph; what should I do? (Photos)
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High incisions for upper lid blepharoplasty
I understand your concern - I would recommend waiting 6 months to allow all swelling and thickening to resolve prior to revision. In the meantime make an appointment - before 6 months - with an Oculoplastic surgeon for revision. Some surgeons keep revision fees low for those patients who have had a disappointing experience with blepharoplasty elsewhere. Basically the crease may be re-established at a lower position and the lashes rotated up. The asymmetry of the incisions can also be corrected. You will probably have enough skin there to do a nice revision. It is unfortunate that you may have to consider repeat surgery, but make every effort to be sure the next will have an optimal result for you. Best wishes with your decisions.
This are horrible.
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