Asian hooded eyes, what procedure would be necessary to gain desire results? (Photo)
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Natural results from Asian eyelid surgery
Thank you for the photo. So you're asking to have a result it looks a bit like the one on the left? You have two options, suture technique or incision technique. Suture technique goes by many different names across the world; sometimes it's referred to as scarless or incision-less technique. I don't think those descriptions are accurate. You may be a candidate for either but I tend to prefer incision technique for my Asian eyelid surgeries. I actually feel as though incision technique creates a better looking scar because it's one continuous line as opposed to a line of dots which is easier for the human eye to notice. You certainly want to keep the crease low and keep a tapered look if your goals are something like what you provided in the photograph. This is a procedure performed under local anesthesia with very reliable results so long as you work with a surgeon who performed the surgery very frequently.
Chase Lay, MD
Asian blepharoplasty/ Double Eyelid surgery- an opinion from the UK
This is from Girin Plastic Surgery.
I carefully recommend what you need is ptosis correction because you seems lack of strenthen when you open your eyes.
If your eyelid lines goes little up, and getting epicanthoplasty, lateral canthoplasty procedures together, your eyes may be change to bright eyes.
Ptosis correction have two kinds of surgery which are incision and non-incision.
Incision needs to recovery period of scar, but non-incision takes less period for recovery rather than incision.
Many people prefers non-incision eyelid surgery in these days. Because non-incision doesn't necessary to stitches removal and it's easy procedure.
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