Upper and lower blepharoplasty are usually performed to reverse the signs of aging on the eyelids, such as sagging skin, ptosis, bags under the eyes, and creases. But sometimes, if the primary surgery isn’t performed correctly or the results aren’t as expected, a revision may be necessary. You must contact board-certified experts for revision surgery.
Contact Expert Oculofacial Surgeons for Revision
Revision blepharoplasty is more complex than primary blepharoplasty because it must correct the primary surgery’s complications, scarring, reduced blood supply, and other anatomical problems. Those considering revision blepharoplasty should contact highly-skilled oculofacial surgeons who have extensive experience in eyelid reconstruction and aesthetics. Dr. Abbott has performed thousands of successful blepharoplasties and can correct the results of your primary eyelid surgery, helping you achieve a natural, youthful look.
What is Revision Blepharoplasty?
Revision blepharoplasty is an oculofacial procedure that can correct problems or unsatisfactory results from prior eyelid surgery. Revision surgery may be needed to improve symmetry, alter the existing shape of the eyelids, or reduce scarring, drooping, or sagging. It can include the removal of scar tissue, repositioning or tightening the eyelid tissue, and adding fat or other fillers to the area. Your individual goals and issues will determine the approach used by your surgeon.
Contact Dr. Abbott
Dr. Meredith Abbott is an experienced, Fellowship-Trained Oculofacial Plastic Surgeon who has performed thousands of successful blepharoplasties. She personalizes the treatment according to your specific anatomy and goals to ensure excellent outcomes. Her compassionate and friendly demeanor makes her a great choice for patients who want to correct the unwanted results or complications of primary eyelid surgery.