Asian Blepharoplasty / Asian Double Eyelid Surgery Los Angeles Orange County Beverly Hills

Asian Blepharoplasty or Asian double eyelid surgery, as performed by our Los Angeles and Orange County Asian Plastic Surgery Specialist, is a procedure which has become extremely common in the Asian community here in the States as well as all across Asia. With so much demand there have been numerous methods developed to meet the needs of patients who are looking to achieve the eyes that will best enhance their natural assets and features. At CK Plastic Surgery, our Korean Plastic Surgeon has developed the mastery and finesse with which to deliver the best results to his patients while securing their safety and well-being.

Methods to create double eyelids

Each person is born with very different anatomy, bone structure and eye shape, because of this we offer complimentary consultations for each patient to meet with Dr K. Charles Kim. During the consultation the patient is able to explain in detail what changes they desire for their eyes. Dr Kim takes extreme care to examine each patient, explore and explain all options available to help achieve his/her goals. After an initial examination, Dr Kim is able to pinpoint which of the 3 methods of Blepharoplasty would be best for the patient.


01.Non-incision method

There is the Non-Incisional Method which is usually recommended for patients whose eyelid is more pliable and yielding to sutures being placed inside the upper eyelid to create desired crease. This process requires the least amount of recovery time for patients.


02.Incision method

Incisional Method is necessary for patients who either have more fatty tissue or excess skin on the upper eyelid. This procedure consists of cutting the skin, removing any skin, fat or tissue then creating the perfect fold with the stitches to create a pleasing upper eyelid.


03.Partial incision

For patients who require just a small incision of the eyelid without the full incisional across the eyelid the Partial Incisional method is used. There is a small 5mm scar and much less recovery time required than the Full Incisional Method

 
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