Correction of true periorbital fat herniation in cosmetic lower lid blepharoplasty

Abstract

The presence of puffy, baggy lower eyelids is one of the first signs of the aging face. Baggy eyelids can result from excessive eyelid skin, hypertrophied orbicularis muscle, and/or periorbital fat herniation. An exact diagnosis of which components are contributing to the problem must be made in the preoperative period so that proper correction can be made… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01575278

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