I’m from Cedar Park and I’d like to improve the appearance of my eyes with an eyelid lift. Recently, I heard of something called a transconjunctival eyelid lift. Is it true that this is a less invasive procedure? Can you explain how this procedure is performed and who would be a good candidate for it?
A transconjunctival eyelid lift is useful for rejuvenation of the lower eyelid. It is performed by making the incision inside the eyelid through the conjunctival surface rather than through the skin. It is useful for removing fatty tissue from under the eye and potentially repositioning it into the orbital groove. In our practice we often combine transconjunctival blepharoplasty with autologous fat transfer. It is a less invasive procedure transcutaneous option.
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