BLEPHAROPLASTY

What is Blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty is one of the most common procedures performed by an oculoplastic surgeon. This is an outpatient surgery which can “lift” the heaviness from the upper lid and reduce the fullness of the lower lid. The procedure can be combined with laser resurfacing to diminish crow’s feet as well. Surgery can be performed for cosmetic reasons to achieve a natural, more youthful appearance. Occasionally, the upper lid surgery is performed to increase the field of vision in an individual whose heavy lids diminish their vision.

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What is Asian Blepharoplasty?

Asian blepharoplasty is a procedure in which an individual with a single lid fold configuration is provided with a double lid fold or crease. It is known that approximately half of the Asian population has a single lid fold and half of the Asian population has a double lid fold. Those with a single fold may wish to have a double crease formed to allow for a more open-eyed look

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