Latest advancements in cosmetic eyelid surgery

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Latest advancements in cosmetic eyelid surgery
Eyelid Rejuvenation: Latest surgical
and non-surgical advancements in
treating the aging eyelid
Christopher Isaac Zoumalan MD FACS
Oculoplastic Surgeon
Private Practice, Beverly Hills
Attending Surgeon, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Clinical Professor, Keck School of Medicine of USC
Financial disclosures
• None
Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery
• One of the most common sought after plastic
surgeries
• Elective procedure that patients undergo to
help remove excess skin and fat pockets in
their upper and lower eyelids
• Patients commonly complain of
– Tired appearance
– Extra skin draped over their lashes
– Dark circles or bags under eyes
Upper Eyelid Aging
1. Dermatochalasia
2. Enlargement of
nasal fat pockets
3. Atrophy of central
preaponeurotic fat
Advancements in upper eyelid surgery
• Volume preservation
– Sparing orbicularis and preaponeurotic fat
– Achieving a natural-looking result while minimizing
risks.
Lisman R.D. and Zoumalan C.I. Complications of aesthetic blepharoplasty and revisional
surgeries. In Toth BA and Scuderi N: International Textbook of Aesthetic Surgery, 2013
Performing Skin Only Upper Blepharoplasty
Preserving underlying muscle and fat
Lower Lid Aging
1. Increase in
orbital fat
(“bags”)
2. Loss volume in
cheek and
midface
(hollows)
Can not just remove excess fat
Advancements in lower lid
blepharoplasty
• Trend toward volume preservation surgery
– Less removal of fat in order to preserve volume
– Periorbital volume augmentation
– Less removal of skin
C. I. Zoumalan, J. Lattman, R.A. Zoumalan, D. Rosenberg. Revisiting the orbicularis oculi
suspension flap and its effect on lower lid position. Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. Jan-Feb
2010; 12(1): 24-29.
Lower lid evaluation
1) presence and extent of prominent orbital fat pads
2) presence and extent of infraorbital rim hollowing (which
includes the tear trough deformity)
3) degree of skin excess
4) presence and extent of midface volume loss
5) Fitzpatrick score (in cases where skin resurfacing will be
considered)
6) eyelid-cheek vector
7) lid tone
Fat repositioning
Mobilizes excess fat to fill in
hollows along the rim and
cheek.
Illustrations and photographs courtesy of Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and
Periorbital Rejuvenation,Massry, MD, Guy G., Murphy, MD, Mark R., Azizzadeh, MD, Babak (Eds.) 2012
Illustrations and photographs courtesy of Master Techniques in Blepharoplasty and
Periorbital Rejuvenation,Massry, MD, Guy G., Murphy, MD, Mark R., Azizzadeh, MD, Babak (Eds.) 2012
Minimally invasive lower lid blepharoplasty
Excess fat partially removed
The remaining was repositioned along the inferior orbital rim
No skin removal in lower lids
Zoumalan CI, Lisman RD. Evaluation and management of unilateral ptosis and avoiding
contralateral ptosis. Aesthet Surg J. 2010 May-Jun;30(3):320-8
Non surgical “eye lift”
• Injectable fillers now give us the capability of
rejuvenating some eyelids without having to
undergo surgery.
• Can help “fill in” the areas of volume loss
along the infraorbital rim and midface area
Although some fillers are FDA approved for
fillers in certain areas of the face (i.e.
Juvederm for nasolabial folds), filler
injections to the eyelid/cheek area is
performed as an off label procedure.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Fillers
• Space filling and stabilizing molecule
• Naturally found in skin as a structural component
• Have been used in ophthalmic procedures and intraarticular joint injections
• By cross-linking them, HA becomes more stable and
larger.
• Several types of HA :
– Juvederm
– Restylane
– Belotero
– Voluma
HA fillers-Advantages
• Can offer long-lasting outcome without risks
associated with permanent fillers
• Can be safely repeated.
• Reversible
 Use hyaluronidase to reverse unwanted
effects
Fillers to the eyelid/cheek area
• Low risk procedure with immediate results.
• Ideal for those with hollowing from lid/cheek
volume loss but little fat prolapse
• Does not address herniated fat pockets but
can camouflage them
• Surgery to rejuvenate the eyelids may
ultimately be required
Latest in Cosmetic Surgery
• Properly evaluate the aging changes that have
occurred (i.e. amount of fat prolapse vs
volume loss )
• Create an appropriate treatment plan
• Allows for natural-looking rejuvenation
• Proper evaluation can help prevent the
incidence of complications
Thank you!
Aesthetic and Reconstructive
Oculoplastic Surgery
www.DrChristopherZoumalan.com
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