How much does double eyelid surgery cost?

Eyelid surgery. 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. http://www.dassmd.com/eyelid-surgery/index.html.
Quite variable. Do you mean the creation of a double eyelid or do you mean both upper and lower lid blepharoplasty? There are different techniques which may be recommended based on your appearance. Depending on the surgeon, area of the country, etc the price may range up to several thousand dollars. Seek consultation with a qualified facial plastic surgeon for a quote specific to your needs and desires.
Varies. Depends on what is need to be done, and what problems need to be corrected. Also depends on what part of the country you live in. Prices vary greatly.

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How much is involved in Asian double eyelid surgery?

Double eyelid surger. Double eyelid surgery to create a crease in the upper eyelids is very popular in asian patients. The eyes become more "open". Double eyelid surgery may be performed in the office via local anesthesia. Patients typically go back to work quickly, with most of the swelling lasting days. Read more...
Technique Dependent. The two main methods are the suture method & incision method. Both methods secure the crease down so the fat above it can fold over the crease. The suture method is less involved and has a shorter recovery (days to weeks), but can lose the crease over the years. Incision method is more secure, but can have swelling for months to up to a year before reaching the final result. Hope this helps :). Read more...
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 more...

What are the risk factors of double eyelid surgery?

Dry eyes. Before you undergo the double eye lid surgery which seems like the upper and lower lid surgeyr. Make sure you have good quality tears, so that you do not end up with dry eye syptoms for your age the tear quality is likely to be good. Of course with any surgery the infection is a possibility. Good luck to you. 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...
Asymmetry. The most common complication is probably asymmetry. In the immediate post op period bleeding or infection can occur. Scarring, lid malposition are also unlikely possibilities. Read more...
Double eyelid crease. Double eyelid surgery is a popular procedure among asian cultures. A crease is created in the upper eyelid to help open the eyes. Most common side effects are temporary and last a few days. Some risks may include pain, bleeding, infection, scar, or asymmetry. Another risk the loss of the eyelid crease and requirement to repeat the procedure. Read more...

Is it possible to fix a botched double eyelid surgery?

Yes. Discuss with the surgeon who did the procedure as you should get a fix for no extra cost. Otherwise seek out an oculoplastic surgeon who can redo it although that will probably be an additional charge. Read more...
Revision bleph. For the vast majority of cases, improvement can be achieved with revision surgery. Even more than the primary surgery, the surgeon should be carefully chosen as revision surgery typically is more challenging. Read more...

When did people start getting double eyelid surgery? How common is it?

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 more...
Double Eyelid. It is a safe and effective surgery. It is common nowadays. The quad blepharoplasty is performed on both the upper and lower eyelids. Read more...

Can you tell me if I could get double eyelid surgery when I already have one?

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 more...
Possibly. An eyelid crease is created during a double eyelid procedure. If you already have one, but wish to make it more prominent, it is possible to raise the crease. See your eye MD about the procedure. . Read more...

I had double eyelid surgery and I want to lower my crease. What are the risks of doing that?

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...