Transconjunctival Lower Blepharoplasty with Intra-SOOF Fat Repositioning
The increased recognition of anatomic factors associated with the tear trough deformity in the lower eyelids as well as an increased sensitivity of patients and surgeons to the secondary deformities associated with purely subtractive blepharoplasty surgery have led to a variety of conservative lower blepharoplasty techniques focused on the translocation or repositioning of fat to camouflage the anatomic tear trough.1, 2, 3
KeywordsSecondary Deformity Tear Trough Deformity Lower Blepharoplasty Infraorbital Nerve Block Aser Skin
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