Eyelids, Eyebags & Brows – Beverly Wilshire Medical Centre

Eyelids,
Eye Bags &
Brows

Cosmetic eye surgery is one of the most popular procedures, which is unsurprising as most Asians have monolid eyes and often use make up or eyelid tape to create the illusion of double eyelid. The use of double eyelid tapes and glues simply means you’ll have to remove them every time after use, causing a lot of tugging on your skin, which can cause sagging over time.

A cosmetic eye surgery is for you if: 

1. You’re born with defects, involved in an accident, or aging has taken its toll on your face.
2. You can’t help but feeling self-conscious and it’s affecting your self-esteem.
3. You’ve tried various topical products or non-invasive treatments and yet, results are limited.

Eyelids & Eye Bags

  • Blepharoplasty (Double Eyelids): Incision Method

    Double eyelid surgery can give you more than a crease or a lid. The procedure can remove excess fat to reduce puffiness around the eyes. Result is permanent as it involves cutting of skin and removing underlying tissues.

  • Lower Blepharoplasty (Eye Bag Removal)

    Typically done to address eye bags and/or for improving the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes. The incision can be made on the inside of your lower eyelid (transconjunctival incision) or directly underneath your lash line (subciliary incision).

  • Epicanthoplasty (Inner Eye Corner)

    Epicanthoplasty can elongate the eyes horizontally to make them look big and wide. It releases and corrects an epicanthal or Mongolian fold, which is located either on the inner corner of the eyes. This procedure is often recommended in conjunction with double eyelid surgery for optimal results.

  • Lateral Canthoplasty (Outer Eye Corner)

    Helps to correct downward sloped outer eye corners.

  • Ptosis Correction (Drooping Eyelid)

    Patients with drooping eyelids are not encouraged to go for double eyelid surgery straight away as the result will only further highlight the droop down shape of the eye. They are advised to undergo ptosis correction to rectify the droopiness first before considering other cosmetic eye procedure.

Brows

  • Brow Lift

    Low or sagging eyebrows; deep horizontal lines on forehead; frown lines between eyes and vertical lines across the top of the nose can make you look tired, sad and angry. In this case, a brow lift might be for you. It helps to erase the furrows, tighten your forehead skin and muscles for a younger, refreshed and happier expression.

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