When we look at young women, they often have soft, full, defined upper-lid creases that are low set, close to their eyelashes. As the aging process takes place, they lose volume, which leads to a deflated look, causing the eyelid skin to droop.
The surgeon’s job is to restore a youthful look in a natural fashion. He or she must pay close attention to the skin, muscle, eyelid crease, and surrounding fat. The appropriate amount of skin should be removed, and it is not about removing as much skin as possible. While one person may require fat removal, another may require fat redistribution.
Often, people who undergo blepharoplasty look “skeletonized”-hollowed out because of the removal of too much fat, skin and muscle. Individuals who have hollow areas around the eye benefit greatly from volume restoration with fat or fillers (temporary or permanent). A qualified physician can guide you in deciding the procedure that will create the results you want.
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