I am 28 years old, and I had a upper bleph in November 2007. I had extra skin hanging on my eyelashes. I am not happy with the results because one of the scars is too high and not near the crease at all. It is very noticable even when my eyes are open. It is not red anymore, but there is a visible indentation and ridge on my eyelid. The eyelids do not look symetrical either. I was wondering if a scar can be moved down closer to the crease of my eyelid. I do not have any problems with closing my eyes or anything like that, I am just unhappy with the look of the scar. I wear sunglasses all the time, and if I can’t wear sunglasses, I try not to blink around people. I have seen your posts on makemeheal.com and I hope you can help me because I don’t want to be self conscious about this for the rest of my life.
I’m a bit surprised that you needed an upper eyelid blepharoplasty at such a young age. The fact is that scars on the upper lid that are “too high” are easier to correct than the ones that are “too low.” In either case, you need to be aware that the only safe way to remove and reposition this scar is if there is enough excess upper lid skin otherwise you wont be able to close your eyelid after surgery.