• Posted on: Dec 7 2020
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A very common problem that occurs as we approach middle age and beyond is progressive upper lid hooding. This can create tired look but it can also result in discomfort, a restricted visual field, and headaches from constantly having to raise the brows. Upper lid hooding can be due to a combination of a brow droop (a brow ptosis) and upper lid skin redundancy (dermatochalasis). This patient has undergone a temporal direct brow lift and an upper lid blepharoplasty. The surgery was performed under twilight anaesthesia on a day case basis. Visit for more information.

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