outer brow lift and blepharoplastyTo enhance results of an upper eyelid blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery) surgeons should focus not only on the upper eyelids, as has been traditionally done, but also on the eyebrows above.  Today we focus more on the brows than in the past because modern thought recognizes that the brows and eyelids act as one aesthetic unit. Thinking of the two areas in isolation is not only outdated but also detrimental to patients.  This does not always mean patients need a brow lift, but focusing on improving brow projection and transition (continuity) with the upper eyelids during upper blepharoplasty is critical.

Guy Massry, MD , a world-renowned blepharoplasty specialist (see CV), has performed benchmark research in this area, and with the invaluable help of his colleagues has published a scientific report on a procedure which he calls “The Brow Fat Pad Suspension Suture.”  This unique surgical adjustment to upper blepharoplasty (see video below) allows for a fuller brow, and smoother transition to the upper eyelid – both critical components of youthful and natural appearing brow/upper eyelid complexes.

Don’t trust your blepharoplasty surgery to any surgeon who is not a true specialist and who does not contribute to the continually evolving growth of this specialized surgical field.

Watch 3D Animation of Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty

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If you are interested in learning more about cosmetic eyelid surgery with a brow fat pad suspension suture, please contact Dr. Massry’s office today – 310.657.2203.