This is a 58-year-old woman who had a lot of damage to her skin due to lots of sun exposure in her youth. Due to her heavy brows, she had a tendency to raise her forehead in order to see better, which inevitably deepened her forehead wrinkles. To help break that vicious cycle, she had an upper blepharoplasty and browlift to address the extra upper eyelid skin and hooded brow that was blocking her peripheral vision. Since she had restricted peripheral vision documented on visual field testing, she was able to have her insurance cover the cost of her upper eyelid and browlift surgery. In certain cases where there is functional compromise of vision (peripheral visual compromise), insurance may help cover the cost of the upper blepharoplasty and/or browlift.