blepharoplasty

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blepharoplasty

[′blef·ə·rə‚plas·dē]
(medicine)
Any plastic surgical operation on the eyelid. Also known as tarsoplasty.
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To our knowledge, assessment of medial canthoplasty combined with CDCR is rare in clinical study.
Inclusion criteria were adult patients with lower eyelid retraction who underwent a lateral tarsoconjunctival onlay flap procedure whether alone or in conjunction with lateral canthoplasty, midface lift or an eyelid spacer graft.
Canthopexy and canthoplasty are very commonly performed with blepharoplasty, but can be useful on their own or in combination with fillers in mild cases of retinacular aging or lower-lid ectropion where you don't need or want a true, full-blown blepharoplasty.
Lateral canthoplasty using the Mitek anchor system.
This can be provided by a canthoplasty to tighten the medial support.
A canthoplasty must be performed to reset the lateral canthus using a periosteal flap or a fascia lata graft.
Lateral lower-lid laxity and ectropion may be addressed with a lid-shortening procedure via a tarsal strip/lateral canthoplasty technique.
The patient underwent an open dacryocystorhinostomy, lateral canthoplasty, and reconstruction of the left maxilla with a customized three-dimensional CT-guided implant created to precisely match the left maxillary defect.