Category Archives: blepharoplasty/eyelid surgery

I Got Double Eyelid Surgery 3 weeks ago and my Eyes Are Horribly Uneven? 

The amount of swelling (edema) that develops post-operatively is rarely symmetric.  Give yourself and your eyes time to heal and for the swelling to resolve, and try not to over-analyze things until you reach your final result.  

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Asian Eyelid Surgery | Asian Blepharoplasty

Before and After Asian blepharoplasty with Asian eyelid specialist, Dr. Donald B. Yoo.  During Asian eyelid surgery, excess skin and fat can be removed while reshaping and recontouring the upper eyelid to create a more refreshed and attractive appearance.  The … Continue reading

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I’m really puffy below my eyes and I have deep tear troughs. Will lower eyelid surgery correct this?

Most commonly the puffiness under the eyes is a result of a forward outpouching (pseudoherniation) of the fat that surrounds your eye.  Normally this fat is contained around the eye (where it’s hidden) by a thin structure called the orbital … Continue reading

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What’s the advantage of incisional blepharoplasty versus suture techniques in Asian double eyelid surgery?

Incision-less suture techniques for Asian blepharoplasty (double eyelid surgery) are popular because they do decrease the downtime and recovery for suitable candidates. In the appropriate patient, suture techniques, such as the double-suture with twist (DST) work extremely well at creating … Continue reading

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What can I do to get rid of the puffiness below my eyes and my deep tear troughs?

Most commonly the puffiness under the eyes is a result of a forward outpouching (pseudoherniation) of the fat that surrounds your eye.  Normally this fat is contained around the eye (where it’s hidden) by a thin structure called the orbital … Continue reading

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