“Drooping Eyelid” Repair Surgery


DMC Eye Surgery specialist Evan Black, MD, uses a procedure called Blepharoplasty to surgically “lifts” a patient’s drooping eyelids, restoring her vision and quality of life. ~Detroit Medical Center

18 comments on ““Drooping Eyelid” Repair Surgery

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    Excellent. I'm hoping to have this done soon, and this was a very educational video. Thank you for posting it.

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    @andyjoe81 yeah same here. i been sufffering this for 19 years

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    I like poopies.

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    how much does this cost????

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    I had eyelid surgery 2 months ago. My right eyelid looks normal. But my left eyelid have deep creases. It is so deep that my eyelids are flipped up. My waterline is showing. Is this normal? 

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    very aversive to have to see the surgeon cutting into the skin, dabbing the blood, exposing the muscle — we don't really need to see that.
    

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    if i'm canadian, is this shit free?

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    exactly what i said lol, but i still want it haha i was like DAMNNN that looks fuckin painful!!

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    what about after with pain and swelling?

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    Holy shit you have to be awake during thus shut ill be crying lika a bitch

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    I was holding up pretty well, but when she blinked I nearly lost it. That was so gnarly.

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    had this done last week. If you want to do it, then go and do it. You won't regret it

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    My mum has this procedure done several years back. It did improve her vision. But both her eyelids (position) doesn't look symmetric after surgery. Meaning the upper eyelid margin on one eye is slightly lower (or higher) than the other eye when looking directly forward.

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    Is it painful?

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    Nice job😄

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    I used to get alot of sties on my eyelids when I was younger now my eyelids droop.

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    Had this surgery about a year ago (different Dr.) and to answer those wanting to know about pain…on the afternoon of the surgery, I did have a little pain. It was easily treated with one vicodin dose. You do have to apply a cold pack for a couple days and they swell up pretty good for 2-4 days. After the first day, seriously, no pain at all. My surgery was Friday morning and I was back to work on Tuesday. (Coulda worked Monday if I was needed. Office job, of course – no heavy lifting!)

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    I think that they could have done a better job. Is better than before but it could have been better. I could notice bumps on the scar and is slightly uneven. But hey! If the patient is happy! Kudos!

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