Upper Blepharoplasty covers a range of eyelid conditions that include sagging skin.
If not treated, this could lead to limited vision. Some cases require removing fat from the medial and central fat pads. The amount varies per individual, but the Orbicularis Oculi muscle is left alone.
This particular muscle controls how the eyelid opens and closes, including the ability to blink. Asian Blepharoplasty is common for people who either want a crease above their eye or cannot properly close their eyelid.
Depending on the case, a small strip may be removed from the Orbucularis muscle, but not enough to drastically change how performance. Maintaining a natural appearance is one of the utmost priorities when considering any variation of an Asian Blepharoplasty.
Lower Blepharoplasty surgery fixes problems occurring near the lower portion of the eye. Some conditions require fat excision or repositioning, but others need skin excision or even a mid-face elevation.
At times, Eyesthetica surgeons use Restylane and similar fillers in order to create volume when necessary.
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