I'm an Asian male in late 20's. I've already had double eyelid surgery done with non-incision DST method few years ago. My main concern is that my eyes look angry and hostile. I've talked to my doctor who's done DST procedure on me. He recommends medial epicanthoplasty. I'm wondering if medial epicanthoplasty would alleviate my issue.
What is the Best Option for Angry and Hostile Look? (Young Asian Male)
Doctor Answers (5)
Addressing and softening an angry appearance
Besides surgical options you may want to consider Botox to your glabella (frown lines between your eyebrows). Furrowing this area is one of the key facial expressions indicating anger or hostility, so relaxing this muscle may help you to reduce this look.
It would be best to listen to the advice of your physician, as he/she knows the extent of your initial surgery and exactly what was performed. Medial epicanthoplasty should help with your issue, but I would really need to see additional photos to give you further advice. Thank you very much for the question, and good luck to you.
Angry frown or angry eyes?
Thank you for including a photo. Usually an angry expression comes from a combination of muscle motions. Not only the muscles around the eye are involved. Muscles in the brow play an equally important roll. I cannot see your eyebrows in the photo, so it is hard to put the entire picture together.
Since muscle motion plays such an important roll, Botox or Dysport treatments are a way to selectively inhibit muscle motion. This can reduce an angry expression. It is harder than just reducing the frown lines between the brows, so your local salon my not be the best place to try this. You want a skilled professional, who is versed in the more advanced techniques, and who will followup closely on what is working and not working for you.
Once a reliable treatment regime is established, there may be a way to change your expression more permanently with surgery. If this is the ultimate goal, you will want your Botox/Dysport professional to also be skilled in periorbital surgery. I would recommend seeing a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon or Oculoplastic Surgeon who specializes in cosmetic surgery.
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The best and only option for you is called the endoscopic brow lift. The endoscopic brow lift softens the expression and opens up the eyes.
The endoscopic brow lift is done with three tiny incision on the scalp and the resulting scars and minimal. They heal so good in most people that nobody notices.
Medial epicanthoplasty should be regarded as a high risk procedure.
Web reference: http://www.lidlift.com