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Lasik Or Double Eyelid Surgery First
Eyelid surgery is a procedure used to treat excess skin and/or fat on the upper and lower lids, via surgical excision. Aside from a cosmetic indication, there may also be medical indications for the procedure, including improvement of obscured vision, lid tightening, and treatment for ...Read more
Double eye surgery:
I think you mean upper and lower eyelid surgery!
this is done quite often by either competent plastic or an ophthalmologist.
You must your eyes cheched for good tear formation and no dry eye problem.
Competent surgeon will know how much skin to remove and avoid complcations. ...Read more
Oculoplastic Surgeon: The upper eyelid crease is usually 8-10mm from the eyelashes. This distance may increase with common conditions such as blepharoptosis (eyelid drooping) or with significant dermachalasis (excess wrinkled skin of upper eyelids). If the crease is too high, the results of eyelid surgery are not ideal and usually looks somewhat unnatural. An eyelid specialist is best suited to evaluate and correct. ...Read more
I am having double eyelid surgery under local anaesthesia & was wondering about the process when they insert the needle?
What's the minimum age to get Asian eyelid surgery? My daughter is 15, and she wants Asian eyelid surgery. She's been using tape to make a crease for about a year, so she's sure she wants the double-lid look. Is she too young? .
Can I get a second Asian eyelid surgery for more dramatic results? My first Asian eyelid surgery was good, but it didn't quite give me the results I wanted. Is it possible to have it done again to get a higher crease? Is it safe? Could it end up looking u
The cost of cosmetic eyelid surgery varies by surgeon and demographic location. Also, every surgeon is different and performs the surgery slightly different. Make sure that your surgeon is board certified and trained in this type of surgery.
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Asian eyelid surgery: Asian eyelid surgery is a popular procedure that was described by a Japanese surgeon in 1896. Since then, several techniques have been designed to either create a crease in the upper eyelid or to strengthen an already existing crease. Asian patients seek this procedure for aesthetic reasons and functional reasons. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Usually, not long: Eyelid skin is the thinnest, best healing skin of the body, and usually heals quickly and well from eyelid surgery. Of course, any scar will look a little red after a couple of weeks, but eyelid scars tend to lighten and fade quicker than any other area - typically the scars can be hidden with makeup after a couple of weeks. Many patients have almost invisible scars within a few months. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Upper & Lower?: It is safe to perform upper and lower eyelid lifts at the same time if that is what is required. There is generally more swelling in both afterward. Over the years I find that I do less lower eyelid skin excision and more fat injection and laser resurfacing of the lower lids, in conjunction with upper blepharoplasty. However some folks have significant lower eyelid skin that requires excision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Double eyelid: Yes, it is common to have revision surgery or even alternative procedures, depending on your anatomy and circumstances. If you had a suture procedure as a teen, you may consider an incision procedure especially if it is in the context of aging eyelid surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can I have a second Asian eyelid surgery to lower a too-high crease from the first one? I asked for a high crease when I had my Asian eyelid surgery about a year ago. The surgeon did a great job, but I'm thinking it changed how I look too much. Can it be
I am contemplating having eyelid surgery due to impaired vision. Do I contact an opthamologist first? My upper peripheral vision is greatly diminished due to my drooping eyelids. I can actually see the bottom of my eyelids. If I have this surgery, I wo
In: In order to be covered by insurance, the drooping of your eyelids must decrease your field of vision significantly. This sounds like the case for you. Ptosis surgery or upper lid blepharoplastyis commonly performed by plastic surgeons but they are not prepared to deal with some of the potential complications that can affect the eye. If it was me, I would want an oculoplastic surgeon or an opthalmologist with significant experience to correct the drooping lids. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers