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Caucasian Blepharoplasty

Most websites devote the blepharoplasty to Caucasians.  A few will divide blepharoplasty into Western (Caucasian) and Asian sections. Most patients of Caucasian background will have fragile skin.  What is particularly important to understand is the fragility of the skin in the area around the eyes, the thinnest skin in the body.  This delicate area is often the first area to show signs of aging.  The use of sunscreen and sunglasses to help stave off early wrinkle formation is critical.  When wrinkles are beginning to set or established a variety of methods described throughout the website are often considered including volume restoration to the eyes, neuromodulators (Botox, Xeomin, Dysport), upper and lower lid blepharoplasty.  


For more information see the Blepharoplasty Home Page or The What's My Eye Problem Guide.