Secondary Logo

Journal Logo

Institutional members access full text with Ovid®

Browpexy: Lateral Orbicularis Muscle Fixation as an Adjunct to Upper Blepharoplasty

Zarem, Harvey A. M.D.; Resnick, Jeffrey I. M.D.; Carr, Ruth M. M.D.; Wootton, Gareth D. M.D.

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: October 1997 - Volume 100 - Issue 5 - p 1258–1261
Cosmetic: PDF Only
Buy

Lateral ptosis of the eyebrow is a major part of the complex changes that patients are seeking to improve with an upper blepharoplasty. Two hundred and eight patients have undergone a browpexy procedure at the time of blepharoplasty. This operative maneuver, which is performed through the blepharoplasty incision, prevents the brow from dropping below the superior orbital rim and creates a defined tarsal sulcus to produce a sculptured upper eyelid. (Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 100: 1258, 1997.)

Los Angeles, Calif.

From the UCLA School of Medicine. Received for publication October 29, 1996; revised February 24, 1997.

Harvey A. Zarem, M.D.

1301 20th Street, Suite 470

Santa Monica, Calif. 90404

©1997American Society of Plastic Surgeons