What To Do When Your Eyelid Surgery Has Gone Wrong?
The desired results from eyelid surgery can be difficult for just any surgeon to accomplish. Since the eyes and eyelids are sensitive structures and not very forgiving, it takes a great deal of skill, knowledge, and experience to get it right.
Dr. Kami Parsa, our oculoplastic facial plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, has performed over 4,000 procedures and often gets referred patients who aren’t pleased with the results that they received from previous treatments with other surgeons.
What Is Revisional Eyelid Surgery?
Revisional eyelid surgery is performed on individuals who require cosmetic and functional correction around the eyelids due to complications. The kind of procedure that you need will depend on your specific problem. Some of the issues that we may be able to correct are:
- Incomplete eye closer: This situation occurs when too much tissue and skin was removed during a previous surgery. Depending on the severity of the condition, there are a few different ways that we can make both functional and aesthetic improvements.
- Non-symmetrical eyelid crease: Though this can be a difficult problem to fix it can be reversed by carefully planning revisional surgery.
- Rounded corners of the eyelids: When the sides of my eyelids look rounded, it can be obvious that you’ve had bad cosmetic surgery. Not only does this issue look unappealing, but it can also interfere with normal blinking. Patients with the condition usually complain of excessive tearing or dry eyes. To correct it, we try to achieve a v-shaped corner to help with the blinking dynamic and give you a more youthful, natural-looking appearance.
Trust The Experts
Try not to let the appearance of an “eyelid surgery gone bad” affect you too much. Call to schedule a consultation with our Beverly Hills plastic surgeon to see what a difference our expert can make for you.
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