For many women and men of Asian heritage, double eyelid surgery can help achieve a desirable aesthetic, where the eye looks much more awake and brighter. Double eyelid surgery is a procedure that adds a crease to the upper eyelid, thus breaking up a heavy eyelid without sacrificing the beautiful Asian eye aesthetic.
At Awaken Aesthetics in Torrance, CA, board-certified surgeon Dr. Eric Ahn specializes in surgeries for patients who wish to achieve a specific aesthetic while still preserving their Asian appearance. He can help you determine if you’re an ideal candidate for a double eyelid surgery, as well as walk you through what you can expect from the procedure.
Want to know if you’re a candidate for double eyelid surgery? You may be a good fit for this surgery if:
- You’re a healthy non-smoker over the age of 18
- You have thick, excess skin on your eyelids
- You sometimes feel as though your eyelids make you look tired, even when you’re feeling awake and alert
- Your field of vision has been obstructed by your eyelids
- By Eric Ahn| 2018-02-26T11:16:14-08:00 February 26th, 2018|
Are you getting enough sleep, but still feel as though you look tired and fatigued? Are you frustrated by the appearance of sagging skin around your eyes, and want a solution that’s going to help you look more refreshed and rejuvenated?
Then you might be an excellent candidate for an Eyebrow and/or an Eyelid Lift. Both procedures are aimed at correcting sagging skin that comes with the aging process. Both procedures have helped patients look more well-rested and refreshed, as well as turned back the clock on their appearance.
But when it comes down to it, which procedure is right for you – an Eyelid and/or an Eyebrow Lift?
Let’s take a look at the differences between the two procedures, as well as how to tell which one you might be a candidate for:
Eyebrow Lift: An Eyebrow Lift is a surgical procedure that’s meant to subtly lift drooping eyebrows. Many patients notice eyebrow drooping once it becomes difficult to apply eyeshadow, as eyelid skin disappears behind the sagging skin. An Eyebrow Lift gently pulls sagging eyebrow naturally taut, which helps correct sagging around the eyes while addressing unconscious forehead use and therefore forehead wrinkles. The goal is to restore the normal position of the eyebrow, not overly […]
If the eyes are the window to the soul, then they might be telling the world that you need a bit more sleep. Sagging eyelids, undereye bags, and dark circles can make it look like you’re not getting enough rest, even if you regularly log in eight hours of sleep per night (if so, what’s your secret?). That’s because the aging process breaks down fat pads around the eyes, creating sagging eyelids and undereye bags. The eyelid skin is also really thin, making it that much more vulnerable to persistent wrinkles and fine lines.
A blepharoplasty procedure is a surgery designed to address sagging eyelids, undereye bags, fat pads, and significant wrinkles around the eyes. This surgery is usually broken up into two procedures:
The upper blepharoplasty procedure is designed to treat sagging and wrinkles around the upper eyelid, while the lower blepharoplasty focuses on the undereye area. Which blepharoplasty procedure is right for you?
Here’s how to tell if you need an upper blepharoplasty procedure:
- You have sagging upper eyelids
- Your eyelids are […]
You may know that an eyelid lift is one of the best ways to counteract sagging skin, undereye bags, and other common signs of aging. But did you know that there’s an upper eyelid lift and a
lower eyelid lift – and there are key differences between the two?
The best way to compare the differences between an upper eyelid lift and a lower eyelid lift is to take a look at the symptoms they’re designed to treat. Take a look at each description to see which eyelid lift procedure is right for you!
You’ll Want an Upper Eyelid Lift If…
Do you constantly look like you’re tired or half-asleep, even when you’re awake and alert? Then the upper eyelid lift may be right for you!
The best candidates for an upper eyelid lift usually complain of tired and heavy-appearing eyes where excess skin is folding over their creases. This effect creates the appearance that the patient is always tired or fatigued, thus adding years on to their natural appearance.
Another key sign you might need an upper eyelid lift is if you find it hard to put on eye make […]