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Asian Eye Cosmetic
Surgery In Houston

The goal of Asian Blepharoplasty procedure is not necessary to make the eyes appear more youthful as with traditional blepharoplasty, but rather to accentuate the eyes. By creating a natural-looking crease along the upper eyelid – a feature that is uncommon with Asian men and women – the eyes are wider & more open. This is done by making a discrete incision along the upper eyelid and manipulating the skin and underlying tissues to form the crease.

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Asian blepharoplasty or double eyelid surgery

Asian eyelid surgery is a procedure to change the look of the eyes. It creates a natural-looking crease, which about half of Asians don’t have on the upper eyelid. The surgeon works to complement the patient’s facial contours and ethnic individuality. The procedure also involves some degree of eyebrow and brow augmentation.

What Makes Asian Blepharoplasty Unique?

An Asian eyelid lift is different from traditional blepharoplasty, in that the goal isn’t always to create a more youthful look. It requires a thorough understanding of Asian anatomy. The surgical technique is designed to create a natural eyelid crease shape. A cultural phenomenon, the quest to seek cosmetic plastic surgery is to create a double eyelid, which many consider more attractive.

While creating this crease, the procedure does not diminish one’s Asian identity or appearance. The results are subtle compared to other cosmetic surgeries. People often choose the procedure to look happier and friendlier. The Asian eye surgery is also unique in that the amount of tissue removed is minimal, and recovery time is short. Most other eyelid surgeries require some fatty tissue to be removed. Asian blepharoplasty surgery requires a significant degree of skill and precision to ensure both eyes are symmetrical in shape and size.

Reasons to Consider Asian Eyelid Surgery

Many Asian individuals seek treatment to create a double eyelid crease. The goal is typically to look awake and vibrant, but only an experienced cosmetic surgeon can determine exactly the right height and shape of the eyelid crease. Having wider eyes, however, is only one reason for surgery.

One may wish to modify their appearance if they have only one eyelid crease. Asian eye surgery can balance the unevenness. It can boost one’s confidence and self-esteem, as well, whether during social occasions, dates, or job interviews. Others find it easier to apply makeup after the surgery. Then again, surgery can also help increase one’s peripheral vision and overall field of vision.

Asian Eye Surgery Procedure

Asian blepharoplasty is generally less invasive than most other surgeries. An incision is made along the upper eyelid. Some tissue is removed, but just the right amount so the crease looks natural. The surgeon must manipulate the overlying skin and tissues

Recovering from Asian Eye Surgery

Recovery time is about a week to 10 days. For most patients, there is minimal pain and swelling, but, following the doctor’s instructions during recovery is important. There can be swelling and bruising. Applying cold packs to the site helps. Other ways to ensure the best outcome include elevating the head during sleep, avoiding pain medications and herbal supplements that a doctor hasn’t approved (these could increase bleeding at the surgical site), and avoiding smoking, which can restrict blood flow to the eyelids.

Aesthetic Surgery Institute offers Asian eyelid surgery in Houston. To learn more about the procedure and about enhancing your look, browse our website for information, reviews, and financing options. Contact our team online for a free consultation or call today at (713) 493-7397.

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*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person