An upper lid blepharoplasty is an operation to remove excess skin (dermatochalasis) from the upper eyelids. Occasionally, you may require removal of some fat from the upper lids as well. The excess skin is common as we age and this can lead to the appearance of hooding of the skin. This can sometimes be severe enough to interfere with the field of vision.
The lower lid blepharoplasty is used to improve the contour of the lower eyelid by repositioning fat or removing some skin laxity.
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