Asian Eyelid Surgery FAQs
- Posted on: Sep 30 2018
We love all people and appreciate the differences each of us bring to the table. There’s a beauty in everyone, and we truly believe that maintaining your unique look is a great way to have a happy, successful life. That being said, we all find little things about our appearance that we would like to tweak and adjust.
Regardless of where you’re from, there are certain standards of beauty that we feel inclined to learn about. We can accept them or reject them, depending on how we feel. That being said, we know that there are many people interested in an eyelid crease, for all sorts of reasons. Maybe you want to experiment with makeup or perhaps you just want a different look. If you’re interested in learning more about Dr. Fisher’s Asian Eyelid Surgery, then keep reading.
What Does Asian Eyelid Surgery Treat?
Asian eyelid surgery is a type of blepharoplasty (cosmetic eyelid surgery) that is a plastic surgery procedure designed to give you a double eyelid. Creating a crease in your upper eyelid can help give your eyes a brighter appearance, and also allows you more options if you like to experiment with makeup. Regardless of your reasoning, Asian eyelid surgery is a good option for you if you desire it.
As with other types of blepharoplasty, this procedure involves removing some skin and fat above the eyelid. Asian eyelid surgery creates a crease, though, where others may already have one. We can give you the look you desire by removing more or less skin and tissue.
Will I Have Scars After My Eyelid Surgery?
Scarring will always be present after a surgical procedure, but we know how to hide the scarring from Asian eyelid surgery very well. Oftentimes, the scar is not even noticeable because it is so well-hidden in the crease of the eyelid.
Can I Wear Contact Lenses?
Wearing contact lenses requires pulling on the skin of the eyelid, so we do not recommend wearing contact lenses until your eyes have had a chance to heal. You will likely need to wear glasses for a few days or weeks, depending on your specific concern and healing time.
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