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Eyes tight canthopexy reversal possible ?


I went to an occuloplastic to remove filler he did a canthopexy and my eyes are tacked so tight they are pulling muscle in my lower lids. What can be done ?

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docpichler


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sacramento, CA
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  Canthopexy
October 17, 2016 10:48 AM

You are not telling us when you had your surgery. That's important. Initial tightness will correct in a few weeks to two months. The procedure can be reversed surgically but you should (more)
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