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I am a fairly young woman, 29 years old, yet have hooded eyes.

Question:

I am a fairly young woman, 29 years old, yet have hooded eyes.  These eyes are inherited from my dad’s side and I think they make me looker older and tired.  Can blepharoplasty remove this excess skin? Where is the incision made?

Answer:

A blepharoplasty can remove the excess skin of the upper eyelids. The incision is placed in the first crease of the upper eyelid as you move away from the eyelashes.  This way when the area is healed, the incision is virtually undetectable.  It is true that excess skin which is inherited does make someone look tired even at a younger age in their 20s. Posted by Dr. Williams

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