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Ross A. Clevens, MD, FACS

Q: in Eyelid After Brow lift? I'm a little concerned. I had an endoscopic brow lift done about 2 months ago with another surgeon. I don't notice any difference nor does anyone else. The reason I had it done was to lift my heavy eyelids. Is it possible that it's just still swollen in the eyelid ? Is it possible for a brow to FALL? I'm just confused and hate to think I wasted all that money for little to no difference!

A: may be the reason for heavy lids.

I always caution my patients that there is going to be some in the eyelids after surgery, but this usually resolves in about 6-8 weeks.  It is, however possible for an endoscopic brow surgery to fail or show no improvement- but this is very rare. Furthermore, if you had very heavy eyelids to begin with, it could be that you were a candidate for a brow lift combined with an upper eyelid surgery.  You should discuss an upper eyelid procedure with your surgeon - you may find that once your has resolved that an upper Blepharoplasty is the best answer for you.

Please call our office at 321.727.3223 to schedule your appointment and see if we can help answer any questions.

Dr. Clevens
Ross A. Clevens, MD
Melbourne Florida Plastic Surgeon

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