The treatment of eyelid malposition following septal reset blepharoplasty

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The authors have developed a systematic approach to treating eyelid malposition secondary to septal reset blepharoplasty. A key treatment factor is appropriate timing of interventions, which includes initiating treatment with nonsurgical interventions. Although patients who are unresponsive to nonsurgical measures may express a strong desire to surgically correct the eyelid malposition early on, surgical interventions before 3 to 6 months after the initial surgery can, in many instances, worsen the result. © 2006 American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Inc.




Lissauer, B. J., & Barbarino, S. (2006). The treatment of eyelid malposition following septal reset blepharoplasty. Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 26(4), 476–478.

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