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Eyelid and Periorbital Surgery

Many specialities in surgery intersect, allowing for clinical and research collaboration. Plastic surgery and ophthalmology are one such example wherein a number of different principles have been combined in order to develop reconstructive techniques for conditions affecting the orbital soft...

Allergic eyelid dermatitis

This is a retrospective 12 year review of 61 patients diagnosed with periocular allergic dermatitis. The average age was 66 years, with 74% being female. The commonest indications for referral were epiphora, ectropion and blepharitis; and the main symptoms were...

Addressing eyelid ptosis in upper lid blepharoplasty

The authors of this article thoroughly explain the anatomical basis of upper eyelid asymmetry and the impact it may have on blepharoplasty. The eyelid is divided into three different areas (brow fat span, tarsal plate show and margin reflex distance)...

The creation of PlayDoh<sup>®</sup> models as an educational tool for teaching anatomy of the eyelid

A full understanding of the anatomy of the eyelid is essential for oculoplastic surgeons; the authors guide us through an innovative way to improve the teaching of this important subject. An understanding of the anatomy of the eyelid is essential...

Is patient masking leading to an increase in post-op infection after eyelid surgery?

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of facemasks or face coverings in the clinical setting has become necessary. It is important to recognise that facemasks can be a source of infection after eye surgery and consider ways to minimise...

Loosen up

Lower eyelid retraction is a complex eyelid malposition with varied causes and anatomic features that make correction of eyelid position challenging. This original study presents a new surgical concept for correction of lower eyelid retraction in a particular patient population:...

Creation of natural double eyelids in Asian patients

This article shows a simple, safe and elegant technique to deal with single eyelids in Asian patients, addressing the lack of supratarsal crease and the puffiness of the lid without needing a full upper lid blepharoplasty incision. The use of...

Blepharoplasty and orbital fat repositioning

The authors present their personal technique on lower blepharoplasty with preserving a strong orbicularis oculi sling and maintaining lower eyelid position with periosteal fixation of the lateral canthus and skin- muscle flap. In their technique, after elevation of skin flap,...

Sleep side preference affecting lid laxity in normal subjects

This is an interesting, masked, prospective study examining the hypothesis that increased upper eyelid laxity in normal patients may be related to the side on which they usually sleep. Two hundred and sixty-two normal subjects, over 55 years old, had...

Focus on Plasma: 
Total rejuvenation of the face with plasma device

The use of plasma energy is a new concept in anti-ageing and aesthetic medicine. Since it has been introduced in the aesthetic field, many studies have been conducted to try and understand the effects on collagen synthesis which may explain...

Management of the eye in facial paralysis

Ocular prevention is the first and foremost priority in the management of the patient with facial paralysis. John J Chi presents a review on the management of the upper and lower eyelid in cases of the paralysed face. In the...

Early facial fat grafting in Treacher Collins syndrome with malar bone grafts

The authors present their experience in three patients with the effect of early fat grafting at ≥6 months of age with later bone reconstruction of the orbitozygomatic area in patients with Treacher Collins syndrome. Fat grafting was performed two to...