Lower Blepharoplasty - muscle injury (Photo)
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Your eyelids can be fixed.
Lower blepharoplasty complications, asymmetry, vision impairment, skeltonization
The cause of your preoperative deformity was a genetic too large Orbit which caused a fat herniation from inside the Orbit.
The skin and fat removal by a classical lower lid Blepharoplasty do not solve the problem and open the door to a lot of complication as lumps and scleral show!
Stem cells injection could repair and cure the genetic deformity.
Revision lower eyelid retraction surgery after lower blepharoplasty
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Fibrosis and scarring.
I am sorry that you are having these problems. The first thing I would say is that or someone of your age, it would be very unusual to have an anterior approach blepharoplasty, this is almost always done through the back of the eyelid without leaving any skin scars allowing for a reduced risk and complication profile. This makes me wonder whether there is something unusual that the surgeon may have seen or done.The lumps are likely to be areas of fat fibrosis, and we do rarely see the eye socket fat clumping together in nodules which are often quite hard. These seldom persist for so long. I would consider a steroid injection into the lumps sooner rather than later at this point, but this must be done judiciously as excess steroid can actually lead to fat necrosis. Discuss these options with your surgeon. I think you need to see an oculoplastics specialist if you are not getting any improvement.Best of luck with your further treatment.