Lower lid blepharoplasty with chemical peel and facial rejuvenation
Cases in Eyelid Surgeries
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This patient could not see well because of his droopy upper eyelids and excess skin. His eyes were also drying out because of his lower eyelid laxity. He underwent ptosis repair and blepharoplasty of both upper eyelids, and canthoplasty ectropion repair of both lower eyelids, with wonderful results.
This patient had upper eyelid retraction from thyroid eye disease, and was unhappy with her appearance as a result. Her eyes would get dried out as well. Her upper eyelids were lowered through a transconjunctival approach, leaving her pleased with her appearance and more comfortable with her eyes.
This patient’s severe dermatochalasis was weighing her eyelids down and affecting her ability to see superiorly, read for long periods of time, and apply makeup. She underwent bilateral upper eyelid functional blepharoplasties, with care taken to avoid excess skin removal given her prominent brows and deep-set eyes. Post-operatively she felt less tired and enjoyed the youthful look …
This patient had severe myogenic and aponeurotic ptosis and underwent a bilateral upper lid external levator resection ptosis repair. She had very minimal excess skin, which was largely left to give her a healthy, full, youthful result
This patient had assymetric ptosis and marked excess skin and subcutaneous fat on both upper eyelids, and underwent a bilateral functional and cosmetic blepharoplasty with ptosis repair on the right side more than the left side.
Pre- and post-operative external photographs of a patient undergoing bilateral upper eyelid external levator resection ptosis repair surgery. This patient liked the full appearance of his eyelids and wanted very minimal skin removal and fat sculpting.