Korean Style Double Eyelid Creation
Non-Incision Double Eyelid surgery is effectively carried out using the stitching method and is suitable for most people. With a technique that initially evolved from “DST” (double suture and twisted technique), our Korean-trained cosmetic surgeon Dr Shens has modified this technique to “TST” (triple suture and twisted technique) for longer lasting and longer crease with more anchor points. More sutures and knots are created permanent, scarring for a more permanent crease.
Lateral epicanthoplasty is one of the surgical procedures carried out to achieve overall harmony in such cases. It helps the patient to have larger and distinctly vivid eyes by extending the length of the outer corner of the eyes.
Medial epicanthoplasty is a surgical procedure that creates large and distinctly vivid eyes by eliminating the triangle-shaped Mongolian fold that oriental people generally have.
Incisional Upper Blepharoplasty
This procedure is to remove fat, excess skin and muscle from the upper eyelid. It is used to create double eyelids, correct drooping upper eyelids and etc. This procedure can create a permanent double eyelid crease as the excess skin and fat is removed. It will help in a more rejuvenated look when excess skin is cut away.
The upper eyelid droops causes patient to look sleepy or tired. In more severe instances, ptosis can lead to obstruction of vision, thus, shortening the (levator) muscle surgically can correct Ptosis. If this is a medical condition, which causes difficulty with daily activities, part or all of the cost can be claimed from Medical Insurance.
If eyebrow position is too low – either naturally or because of age related changes – a browlift may be required in addition to a blepharoplasty in order to achieve optimal results.
Suprabrow lift procedure can elevate and reposition the height of your eyebrow as some patients may experience sagging eyebrow. This occurs with age as the corner of the brow sags downward to the side of the temple.
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