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Los Angeles, California 90010 US
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5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Upper Eyelid Surgery. Los Angeles, CA

I Had my double eyelid surgery by Dr. Choi and it came out really natural even though with cutting method. At first, i was really worried about wide crease and lots of swellings, but now, it has been little over a year, i'm really happy with my new look!! I highly recommend this doctor to who is interested in double eyelid surgery!!

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

VIP Surgery, Dr. Andrew Choi, Incisional Eyelid Surgery, Highly Recommend, Amazing Results - Los Angeles, CA

Amazing surgical skills, highly recommend. I am very happy with my results.

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Fix on the Upper Eyelid. Rosemead, CA

Dr. Choi is one of the best doctors I have ever met. He is an intelligent, caring and skillful person. He immediately knew the problem the moment I stepped into his office. I didn’t have to say much other than my health history. Before the procedure, he assured me that I will not experience any pain and that it will be over before I know it. Although he did mention that there will be some l...

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Full Incisional Double Eyelid Surgery with Epicanthoplasty...Los Angeles, CA

I decided to go with Dr. Choi after getting multiple consultation from different doctors, some of them tried to push me to get something that I wasn't thinking about getting, some doctor wanted to charge me $100 for a consultation! But Dr. Choi saw me twice with no charge, he was very nice and took his time to explain everything.

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Revision Incision Parallel Crease, 8mm, Medial Epicanthoplasty - Los Angeles, CA

Compared to the other healing photos I've seen, Dr. Choi's incisions were clean and nicely done so the healing was very quick with minimal bruising and scarring. He was also a perfectionist so that when I went back to have the stitches removed, he refined/restitched the epicanthoplasty was was uneven on my right eye so it took another 5 days, but my eyes are super even! It's only been 2 weeks but all I'm waiting for now is for the swelling to continue to go down. The stitches he used were very fine and he placed them in skillfully so there is no scarring from those either. I would totally recommend!

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid Surgery - Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Choi performed my upper eyelid surgery a little less than one year ago. I cannot express how happy I am with the results! I wanted to still maintain the "asian look" of my eyes, so I wanted it to look natural. Dr. Choi is amazing - he is so adept at what he does and he is the nicest doctor I could have asked for. I highly recommend him.

5 out of 5 stars Facelift

A Vibrant 62 Years Old Lady Who Needed It to Step Up Her Game...(: - Los Angeles, CA

A quiet demeanor but goes step by step over patiently about the details of the procedures . Extremely professional and details oriented ...the office staff and nurse are polite and welcoming

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

30 Years Old and Having Trouble with Eyelashes and Vision - Los Angeles, CA

I had trouble with seeing out of my eyes clearly due to being born with a small field of vision as an Asian male and my eyelashes were curved inward and would often cause scratches on my cornea. I decided that I had to broaden the scope of my vision and consulted with various opthamologists who provided recommendations for cosmetic Asian eyelid surgery. I found Dr. Choi after a thorough search...

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology

Memberships

American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

Consultation Fee

$50

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Choi has hospital affiliations at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Seoul National University Medical College
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: General Surgery, Flushing Hospital & Medical Center in New York
    Residency: Head & Neck Surgery, Medical College of Virginia
    Fellowship: American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery

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Residual epicanthal fold and scar bumps. Will they be permanent? (Photo)

It is way too early to tell but all the bump and scar will be resolved within 4-6 months. You can use scar gel to enhance recovery. If residual fold... READ MORE

Asian blepharoplasty Revision - I'd like to have higher creases? Possible?

I can't give you definite answer without looking your photos but if crease is too low, this crease can be enlarged by creating new crease higher than... READ MORE

Is epicanthoplasty necessary to create a parallel crease? Or can an Asian blepharoplasty alone create a parallel crease? (Photo)

It is quite possible to create parallel crease without medial epicanthoplasty. It all depends on the size of the crease. Your photo shows pretty good... READ MORE

Should I get a medial epicanthoplasty with an upper Blepharoplasty? (photo)

It all depends on how big crease you wish to have on your upper blepharoplasty. Attractive eye need adequate ratio between horizontal length and... READ MORE

Do I have a chance (high/low) to correct both uneven eyelids & what are the risks that I need to take into consideration?(photo)

It looks like very difficult revision case. If you didn't have full incision procedure then it is worthwhile revise again. Case like yours, it may... READ MORE

Double eyelid scar and epicanthoplasty failed. What's my best option? (Photo)

I am sorry that you have to go through this unhappy outcome. Looking your photos, there is slight asymmetry on fold size which can be easily corrected... READ MORE

What's the right treatment for my eye bags? (Photo)

Even young patient have eye bags like your case and if you want minimal approach to remove the bags, then you can have transconjunctival eye bag... READ MORE

Asian eyelid surgery: Incision too high? (Photos)

Yes It looks high but you can't tell until all the swelling subsides. It will take at least 4 months and if the incision is high by then you can... READ MORE

Puffy bags under eyes after having gotten Asian blepharoplasty? (Photo)

It looks like you have fat herniation on lower lids. Only being 20 years old ,I suggest to remove eye bag through conjunctiva without creating any... READ MORE

Inner eyelid a little shown and eyelash unbalanced after Asian blepharoplasty (picture taken on day 10) (Photo)

Your post op 10 days picture shows somewhat ptotic. Your left eye had slightly more ptotic. I wonder whether you had ptosis prior to surgery and if... READ MORE

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Andrew Choi, MD has shared 18 before and after pictures with 28 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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Board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology
Memberships
American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)
Consultation Fee

$50

Hospital Privileges
Dr. Choi has hospital affiliations at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital.
Education
  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Seoul National University Medical College
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: General Surgery, Flushing Hospital & Medical Center in New York
    Residency: Head & Neck Surgery, Medical College of Virginia
    Fellowship: American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery

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5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Upper Eyelid Surgery. Los Angeles, CA

I Had my double eyelid surgery by Dr. Choi and it came out really natural even though with cutting method. At first, i was really worried about wide crease and lots of swellings, but now, it has been little over a year, i'm really happy with my new look!! I highly recommend this doctor to who is interested in double eyelid surgery!!

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

VIP Surgery, Dr. Andrew Choi, Incisional Eyelid Surgery, Highly Recommend, Amazing Results - Los Angeles, CA

Amazing surgical skills, highly recommend. I am very happy with my results.

5 out of 5 stars Asian Eyelid Surgery

Fix on the Upper Eyelid. Rosemead, CA

Dr. Choi is one of the best doctors I have ever met. He is an intelligent, caring and skillful person. He immediately knew the problem the moment I stepped into his office. I didn’t have to say much other than my health history. Before the procedure, he assured me that I will not experience any pain and that it will be over before I know it. Although he did mention that there will be some l...


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Residual epicanthal fold and scar bumps. Will they be permanent? (Photo)

It is way too early to tell but all the bump and scar will be resolved within 4-6 months. You can use scar gel to enhance recovery. If residual fold... READ MORE

Asian blepharoplasty Revision - I'd like to have higher creases? Possible?

I can't give you definite answer without looking your photos but if crease is too low, this crease can be enlarged by creating new crease higher than... READ MORE

Is epicanthoplasty necessary to create a parallel crease? Or can an Asian blepharoplasty alone create a parallel crease? (Photo)

It is quite possible to create parallel crease without medial epicanthoplasty. It all depends on the size of the crease. Your photo shows pretty good... READ MORE

Should I get a medial epicanthoplasty with an upper Blepharoplasty? (photo)

It all depends on how big crease you wish to have on your upper blepharoplasty. Attractive eye need adequate ratio between horizontal length and... READ MORE

Do I have a chance (high/low) to correct both uneven eyelids & what are the risks that I need to take into consideration?(photo)

It looks like very difficult revision case. If you didn't have full incision procedure then it is worthwhile revise again. Case like yours, it may... READ MORE

Double eyelid scar and epicanthoplasty failed. What's my best option? (Photo)

I am sorry that you have to go through this unhappy outcome. Looking your photos, there is slight asymmetry on fold size which can be easily corrected... READ MORE

What's the right treatment for my eye bags? (Photo)

Even young patient have eye bags like your case and if you want minimal approach to remove the bags, then you can have transconjunctival eye bag... READ MORE

Asian eyelid surgery: Incision too high? (Photos)

Yes It looks high but you can't tell until all the swelling subsides. It will take at least 4 months and if the incision is high by then you can... READ MORE

Puffy bags under eyes after having gotten Asian blepharoplasty? (Photo)

It looks like you have fat herniation on lower lids. Only being 20 years old ,I suggest to remove eye bag through conjunctiva without creating any... READ MORE

Inner eyelid a little shown and eyelash unbalanced after Asian blepharoplasty (picture taken on day 10) (Photo)

Your post op 10 days picture shows somewhat ptotic. Your left eye had slightly more ptotic. I wonder whether you had ptosis prior to surgery and if... READ MORE

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