parent of this 10 year-old girl consulted us for improving the facial
appearance of this girl.
She possessed the typical facial features of blepharophimosis: bilateral
ptosis with poor levator function, narrow palpebral width, epicanthus
inversus, telecanthus and downward slanting eyebrows. To improve the
appearance, we scheduled to perform frontalis suspension and bilateral
medial canthoplasty. A similar case was discussed in
Case of the
Week (case 16).
Typical facial features of
Poor levator function on upgaze
with the frontalis stabilized.