Skin redundancy of the upper eyelid is often associated with a variable degree of ptosis of the lateral third of the eyebrow, which increases the extent of the defect. Correcting this condition implies a combination of a temporal lift with a standard upper blepharoplasty. In the temporal lift it is possible to perform an easy subaponeurotic and subperiosteal dissection of the soft tissues of the temporal area through an incision behind the hairline with pleasing and long-lasting results. The brow ptosis is corrected without noticeable scars and with inconspicuous damage to scalp follicles of the temporal region.
|Numero di pagine||4|
|Rivista||Aesthetic Plastic Surgery|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 1993|