Is it possible to lower my double eyelid crease with a revision? (Photo)
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Lowering your crease will be difficult
Lowering your crease
It may be possible but your really want to wait to do anything else. I perform A LOT of revision work from various parts of the globe and lowering a crease can be a little unpredictable. You may be able to lower it and get a more tapered look but I can't tell without an in person consultation. My general advice is to wait another 6 to 9 months if not longer before doing anything. If you can live with it like this waiting a few more years is even better. Many doctors will tell you this is an easy fix but I perform Asian eyelid surgery everyday and I can tell you that your specific request, history and goals make even a subtle change a little challenging. Basically you need a revision incision technique to lower the crease using an anchoring technique.
Remember this, the crease may change quite a bit for the better with more time. So wait.
Best of luck
Chase Lay MD
Asian eyelid surgery specialist
Revisional Double Eyelids Surgery
When I examined your current photos, your main problem with upper eyelids is loosing fat. The height of your double eyelids fold is in normal range and it is well banlaced to your face. If you do not mind, I want to recommend fat grafting surgery on your upper eyelids to improve your sunken upper eyelids. For the record, if you definitely want to have revisional surgery, then you should keep checking your healing process and your surgery procedure should be approached carefully. If your previous surgery was operated with full incisional method, then the revisional surgery should be operated with the full incisional method.
From. Dr.Jin-Sung Kim