Ideal Candidate for the Procedure:
Patients who are interested in Asian blepharoplasty, should:
- Be in quite decent health.
- Have well-developed epicanthal folds that affect the natural look and shape of the eye
- Desire to improve their overall appearance without abandoning their heritage or ancestry
- Have an upper eyelid crease that is invisible since it is so near to the eyelashes.
- Have extra skin or fat in their top lids.
Asian Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic treatment that allows people to widen their eyes wider than is naturally feasible. Surgery is normally done as an outpatient procedure under local anaesthesia and takes 30 minutes to an hour to complete.
Asian Blepharoplasty involves two types of surgeries, depending on the patient’s goals. The two techniques for Asian Blepharoplasty that we use at Signature Clinic are listed below.
- Medial/Inner Epicanthoplasty
- Eyelid Crease Creation
The eyelids would seem puffy and bruised after surgery. A two-week recuperation time is frequently advised. Because the eyelids must mend and return to normal during recuperation, patients are advised to relax and avoid vigorous activities and sports. It is not recommended to use eye makeup until the stitches have been removed/dissolved.