During your consultation, the plastic surgeon will examine your lids and make these observations. He will take photographs and perform digital simulations.
An ophthalmologist, a medical doctor specializing in eyes, should do a complete examination prior to surgery. He'll evaluate your teardrop production and quality. If not enough tears are produced, dry eye problems are likely to follow the surgery. In this case, more conservative surgery may be performed. In fact, patients with dry eyes can undergo careful blepharoplasty.
Find out more about this book:Straight Talk about Cosmetic Surgery (Yale University Press Health & Wellness)