Patient satisfaction after levator aponeurosis surgery for the treatment of involutional blepharoptosis
Daisuke Sato, Hirotaka Suga, Mine Ozaki, Keigo Narita, Tomohiro Shiraishi, Kiyonori Harii, Akihiko TakushimaRead More
Levator aponeurosis surgery, in which the levator is reattached or advanced to the tarsus, is a widely used technique for the treatment of involutional blepharoptosis. Although this surgical treatment can achieve good results both functionally and aesthetically, few studies have analyzed patient satisfaction after this surgical treatment. In the present study, we investigated the patient satisfaction after levator aponeurosis surgery by asking patients to complete a postal questionnaire, and we analyzed the factors affecting their satisfaction/dissatisfaction.