Traditional blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) has often led to a gaunt or skeletonized look.  This can leave patients seeking remedies that are hard to find as too much fat has been removed from the eyelids – which can be a challenge to correct.  Modern day blepharoplasty surgery avoids these problems by preserving eyelid fat via translocating prominent eyelid fat to adjacent areas of depressions.

Below is a patient example of fat grafting to the lower lids (performed by Dr. Massry) to correct hollows from previous surgery by another surgeon (left-before/right-after fat graftiong to the lower lid hollows).