Revision Upper Blepharoplasty
13 August 2015 (online)
The ideal shape and height of the double eyelid varies widely depending on the patient and the culture. Patients may be dissatisfied after a double eyelid operation for the following reasons: scar, low versus high fold, shallow versus deep fold, triple folds, pretarsal fullness, ptosis, and asymmetry. Here the author describes the complications experienced after double eyelid surgery and corrective procedures.
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