If the hooding of excess skin in the upper eyelids is severe enough,
sometimes insurance will help pay for an upper eyelid blepharoplasty.
With a large amount of excess, the eyelids hang down low enough to interfere
with peripheral vision. That visual problem can be documented, and then the insurance
company might consider the operation functional rather than cosmetic.
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Where can I find a doctor to fix my big nose?
I send pictures for my nose if possible to fix my nose send to me location doctor name and total price also what u will do for my nose thank you
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Is it mainly the hump and the length that you wish to change?
See the video link for a simulation of the changes that are possible with a rhinoplasty on your nose. I tried to keep the nose strong and masculine, but just reduce some of its prominence.
Based on your photos, if you agree with those changes or similar changes, you seem to be a good candidate for a rhinoplasty.
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