What is Asian Eyelid Surgery?
Asian Eyelid Surgery Can Help:
- Create a double eyelid
- Improve issues with your vision, including peripheral vision
- Rejuvenate aged or tired-looking eyes
Combining Procedures with an Asian Eyelid Surgery
Eyelid surgery, or a blepharoplasty, already works by tightening muscle and loose skin around the eye area. While it does address most of the wrinkles around the eyes, our patients may see a more enhanced result when it is done in conjunction with laser resurfacing. In this procedure, Dr. Cole expertly ablates a fine layer of skin to help further reverse signs of aging in fine lines and additional uneven textures.
A tired or aged appearance can sometimes not only be caused by drooping in the eyelids, but also in the eyebrows themselves. Patients can often revitalize their appearance even further by combining a blepharoplasty with a brow lift. An added benefit of a brow lift includes softening lines in the forehead and between the eyebrows.
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What Happens During the Procedure?
The Asian eyelid surgery is performed under local anesthesia or light sedation anesthesia. This depends on the patient, the number of procedures being performed at once, and what was discussed during the consultation. Once sedated, Dr. Cole makes incisions along the existing crease of the upper eyelids. This provides access to the underlying muscles and fat tissue. The incisions created in the new double eyelid hid well within the folds of the skin. The strategically placed incisions ensure that scarring is minimal. If taken care of properly, they will fade over time. The procedure is completed in an outpatient facility, and patients can usually leave the same day.
What Is the Downtime for a Double Eyelid Surgery?
After surgery, you may feel some mild to moderate pain, swelling, bruising, and blurred vision. You also may experience watering eyes, light sensitivity, double vision, and puffiness. These symptoms are normal and will subside within a few days or weeks if they do not, contact our office for an appointment so Dr. Cole can assess your healing.
The first week after surgery, you’ll want to focus primarily on resting and recuperating. You’ll also want to keep your face from directly contacting anything. Patients who follow Dr. Cole’s aftercare guidelines return to work and get back to most of their normal daily activities within one week. It’s essential to get help after surgery with your daily tasks, as you’ll need to focus on recuperation. While you can go back to your daily activities within one to two weeks, however, full healing may take longer. You will have several follow-up appointments, so Dr. Cole can monitor your progress and healing. Follow Dr. Cole’s instructions for healing, and you should be back to your routine in no time.
How Long Will the Double Eyelid Last?
Double Eyelid Surgery Seattle
Dr. Cole is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive eyelid surgeon. He is an expert in today’s most advanced and state-of-the-art techniques in enhancement and rejuvenation. Dr. Cole began the Cole Aesthetic Center to help his patients embrace their aesthetic possibilities and become more confident in their everyday lives. Contact Dr. Cole at Cole Aesthetic Center for a consultation today!