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Case Study – Older Male Blepharoplasty

  Background: The eyes are the first area of the face to develop aging and are also often the first for patients to consider anti-aging surgery. Regardless of gender, the development of extra eyelid skin, wrinkling and a tired and older appearance are the hallmarks of the aging eyelid. When patients seek eyelid rejuvenation it Read More…

Rejuvenation of the Hollow Upper Eyelid with Fat Grafting

  Loss of fat in the upper eyelid creates a hollowing which is commonly associated with an unaesthetic appearance. This creates a concavity or depression in the upper eyelid that results in a shadow. With this eyelid inversion or A-pattern more of the curvature of the eyeball and pretrial skin is exposed. In the side Read More…

Clinic Snapshots – The Precision of the Upper Blepharoplasty

  Aging of the eyes is often the first sign of facial aging. Its develops initially because the thin skin of the eyelids and their frequent movement creates excessive excessive and loss skin. The upper eyelid often suffers the worst because it actually is more active than the lower eyelid with a greater excursion of Read More…

Technical Strategies – Z-Plasty Medial Epicanthoplasty

  The shape of the eyes is affected by many anatomic structures. While much focus is on the larger eyelids, the inner corner of the eyes has a significant impact on eye appearance. While they may the small the inner and outer corner of the eyes affects eye width as well as the angulation of Read More…

Lower Blepharoplasty for Fat Injection Removal

  Treatment of tear trough and under eye hollows has been revolutionized by the use of injection materials. Using either resorbable injectable fillers or fat taken from the patient, injection under the eyes can fill out sunken areas creating a rejuvenated appearance. Although there are advocates for either synthetic fillers and fat, both materials can Read More…

Lateral Eye Lengthening Canthoplasty

  In Asians double eyelid surgery is extremely common. It is also frequently done in conjunction with medial epicanthoplasty to eliminate the webbing of skin across the inner aperture of the eye. (epicanthal fold) But because many Asian eyes have a short horizontal length from the inner to outer eye corners, extending out the lateral Read More…

Case Study – Upper Eyelid Lifts under Local Anesthesia

  Background: Upper blepharoplasty surgery, more commonly known as an eyelid lift, is the most common cosmetic eyelid surgery. It is tremendously effective and is associated with a very low risk of complications. While eyelid tissue is very thin and swells significantly after surgical manipulation, the recovery is fairly quick. The results of blepharoplasty surgery Read More…

Case Study – Z-plasty for Eyebrow Lowering

  Background:The eyebrows provide an important framing structure for the eye area. Residing over the brow bones (supraorbital rims) their hairy composition provide an instantly recognizeable facial feature. While eyebrows have very variable shapes and hair features, and they are subject to considerable grooming and modifications based on contemporary style, the one consistent and important Read More…

Medial Epicanthoplasty Techniques Compared

  The Asian eyelid is known to have a lack of a supratarsal fold and the presence of an epicanthal fold. These are unique eyelid features which are the complete opposite eyelid features seen in the non-Asian eyelid. These differences drive some Asians to seek cosmetic improvement through double eyelid surgery and in the inner Read More…

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