Treatment of Postblepharoplasty Lower Eyelid Retraction with Dermis Fat Spacer Grafting
Lower eyelid retraction is a potential complication following transcutaneous lower eyelid blepharoplasty. Several mechanisms contribute to postblepharoplasty eyelid retraction, including excess skin removal, exuberant scarring of the middle lamella, and unforeseen lower eyelid laxity. Several techniques have been described to treat postblepharoplasty eyelid retraction using a combination of mid-face lifting with or without posterior lamella spacer grafts. We described a new method of lower eyelid retraction using dermis fat as a posterior lamellar graft combined with mid-facial lifting.1,2
KeywordsOcular Surface Lower Eyelid Eyelid Retraction Lower Eyelid Retraction Frontozygomatic Suture
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