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Im a 36 year old female who decided to get a few wrinkles out of the way...nothing to severe. I didnt do enough research on the procedure. I got a lower transconjunctival blepharoplasy and also got laser resurfacing CO2 underneath as well. The laser didnt take to my eyes...and my skin is thin.It has now been 8 months and am in tears of the results. I look back now and nothing was wrong with my eyes. My eyes look hollow more wrinkes(excess skin) and loser. I am in tears at 36 and cry myself to sleep. I dont know what to do? My surgeon suggests..or making a small insiscion underneath the eye to take away the saggy look..a skin pinch...but i am very scared they will get worse? What about a fat transfer?Should i do it or is there something better to resolve this. ....help me please. I use to be an attractive girl...now feel like hiding away in a hole due to this procedure.

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drmanchester


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San Diego, CA
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May 8, 2009 2:20 PM

Is you surgeon a real plastic surgeon? If so, then his suggestion might be the solution. If you wish a second opinion, send me a photograph at manchesterclinic@yahoo.com and I will (more)
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