Asian “double-eyelid” eyelids consisting of an eyelid and double eyelids that have a platform exposed on the eyelid. You should be aware that eyelids are subject to many variations. It is caused by a fold that appears at the base. The fold shows the attachment between the eyelid and the tendon. The double folds help to define the upper lid. The double folds are flattering on both women and men. It is a safe place for find more women to enhance their look and apply make-up.
What is the difference between Asian and Western double eyelid surgery
Many people incorrectly describe double-eyelid surgeries as an attempt to “westernize the eyes”. Asians have either double eyelids or single. Some people have no double eyelids and would like to, but they are afraid that having one will make them look “westernized”. Until recently, people used this term. Some articles still use this description, even though they don’t really understand what surgery is for. In double-folding surgery, the aim is to produce an aesthetic that looks as natural as possible by creating well-defined upper lid creases. You create a small line in the upper eyelid. Then, you remove just a little bit of tissue. Rest of eyelid remains intact. Unfortunately, there are doctors who make this crease extremely high. They also use too much of the skin. A poor-looking surgery is the result. The only way to get the result you desire is by working with an experienced eyelid surgery. In order to create your perfect look, the goal is to preserve and enhance your eyelids’ original structure.
Asian countries are famous for the suture method. This uses temporary stitching to form an upperfold. If you are looking for something more permanent, then this option is not ideal. Threads can break and eventually fall out. In double eyelid surgery, the doctor can remove tissue from the upper part of an eyelid to create a fold. It is necessary to perform surgery to preserve the Asian features on the upper-eyelid while adding an eyelid to its top.
Most of the operations can be carried out in the clinic using local anesthesia. In about 10 days all the swelling, bruising and pain will have gone down. The majority of stitches are removed after several days. About 10 days after surgery, you won’t have any visible scars.