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  • Before Photo-Asian eyelid surgery Patient 14-3
    After Photo-Asian eyelid surgery Patient 14-3
  • Before Photo-Asian eyelid surgery Patient 14-2
    After Photo-Asian eyelid surgery Patient 14-2
  • Before Photo-Asian eyelid surgery Patient 14
    After Photo-Asian eyelid surgery Patient 14

    She had excess skin in both upper lids and no visible lid crease. She also had asymmetry in eyelids as seen in her before photos where more skin was draped over her lashes in her right upper lid than her lift. A carefully designed, nasally tapered upper lid Asian eyelid surgery was performed to create a higher lid crease and more show of her eyelid skin above her lashes.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Excess skin, no visible lid crease

    Procedure performed: Asian eyelid surgery (Double eyelid surgery)

    Surgeon: Christopher Zoumalan, MD. Oculoplastic Surgeon.

    Location: Beverly Hills, California

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-4
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-4

    Patient Seeing Straight

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-3
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-3

    Patient Seeing Up

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-2
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-2

    Patient Seeing Side

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-1
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 13-1

    Patient Seeing Side

    Asian eyelid surgery This patient underwent double eyelid surgery in her upper eyelids to create a higher lid crease, and a lower eyelid blepharoplasty with fat repositioning.  Upper eyelid underwent a nasally tapered, lateral flare lid crease set at 6.5mm maximum height. The patient’s post operative photos were taken at two weeks out from surgery. She still has some mild edema and light bruising but overall healing very well.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Absent upper eyelid crease, excess skin and fat pockets in upper and lower eyelids. 

    Procedure performed: Asian eyelid surgery, double eyelid surgery and lower eyelid blepharoplasty.

    Surgeon: Christopher Zoumalan, MD. Oculoplastic Surgeon..

    Location: Beverly Hills, California

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 12-2
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 12-2

    Patient Seeing Straight

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 12-1
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 12-1

    Patient Seeing Side

    This patient wished to have excess skin in her upper lids removed. She did have visible creases despite being of Asian descent.  An upper lid blepharoplasty was performed to remove excess skin while preserving her already present lid crease.  A lower lid blepharoplasty with fat repositioning was also performed.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Excess skin in upper and lower eyelids, fat pockets in lower eyelids.

    Procedure performed: Upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty, fat repositioning to lower eyelids

    Surgeon: Christopher Zoumalan, MD. Oculoplastic Surgeon..

    Location: Beverly Hills, California

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 7
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 7

    Patient Seeing Straight

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 8
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 8

    Patient Seeing Side

    This patient had significant upper lid skin and it was affecting her ability to see well. An Asian eyelid surgery was performed to remove excess skin in upper lids. She also underwent lower lid cosmetic surgery to improve her lower lid appearance using a Natural Looking Blepharoplasty™ technique.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Upper and lower lid aging

    Procedure performed: Asian eyelid surgery, upper and lower lid blepharoplasty

    Surgeon: Christopher Zoumalan, MD. Oculoplastic Surgeon.

    Location: Beverly Hills, California

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 6
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 6

    This patient had excess skin and wished to have it addressed. Upper lid blepharoplasty surgery was performed while preserving her Asian eyelid appearance.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Excess skin in upper lids (dermatochalasia)

    Procedure performed: Upper lid blepharoplasty, Asian eyelid surgery.

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 5
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 5

    The patient had significant upper lid skin and wished to have it removed to help improve her vision and also to look more younger and awake. She had no visible upper lid creases (had a “single upper” lid) and wished to undergo “double eyelid” surgery.

    This photo is taken one month after surgery. She desired a lid crease position around 6mm in both upper lids and you can notice that she is healing well. There is still some swelling in the upper lid which is common in Asian eyelid surgery for up to 2 months. Although the results are subtle, she now has a double eyelid and also sees better and appears more awake.

    Procedure performed: Asian eyelid (double eyelid) surgery.

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 4
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 4

    This patient has always had “full” upper lids such that he has always had a mild amount of skin nearly draping above his eyelashes. He wished to undergo a conservative procedure that would allow for him to see better while also allowing for him to look closer to what he looked like years prior. He had low set eyelid creases with a double lid and wished to keep them at that position after surgery. The photo on the right was taken 3 weeks after surgery and you can already see the improvement in his upper lids. You can also see the very little swelling that he has. Some patients swell more than others after surgery, but Dr. Zoumalan uses rapid-recovery techniques to allow for optimal healing after surgery.

    Preoperative diagnosis: Upper lid dermatochalasia (extra skin) resulting in lid hooding and ptosis.

    Procedure performed: Bilateral upper lid blepharoplasty.

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 3
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 3

    Not all patients with Asian lids wish for a double eyelid during surgery. For instance, this particular patient was having difficulty seeing with the extra skin hanging over his eyelashes. He had no visible creases present on evaluation. The goal of this surgery was to carefully remove his excess skin but also to preserve his appearance of having no visible creases. By carefully removing his skin while respecting the natural appearance he wished to maintain, he was able to see and look better.

    Preoperative diagnosis: Upper eyelid blepharoptosis (dermatochalasia), no visible upper lid creases.

    Procedure performed: Upper eyelid blepharoptosis repair/blepharoplasty while preserving no visible creases and avoiding a double lid formation after surgery.

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 2
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 2

    This child was born with a very ptotic eyelid which was blocking her from using the left eye. She would rub her left eye in an effort to try to help lift it up. She underwent a frontalis fixation ptosis surgery which requires the use of silicone suspension rods to keep her left eyelid elevated. She did well and regained vision in her left eye.

    Preoperative diagnosis: Upper lid and brow ptosis resulting in difficulty seeing well and a tired appearance.

    Procedure performed: Bilateral upper lid blepharoplasty, upper lid ptosis repair, and upper lid internal browpexy (upper lid brow ptosis repair done through an internal suture technique).

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 9
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 9

    Patient Seeing Straight

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 10
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 10

    Patient Seeing Side

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 11
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 11

    Patient Seeing Up

    This patient underwent Asian eyelid surgery to remove excess skin in her upper lids. Lower lid blepharoplasty was also performed at the same time to rejuvenate her lower lids using Natural Looking Blepharoplasty™ technique.

    Preoperative Diagnosis: Upper and lower lid aging.

    Procedure performed: Asian eyelid surgery, upper and lower lid blepharoplasty

    Surgeon: Christopher Zoumalan, MD. Oculoplastic Surgeon.

    Location: Beverly Hills, California

  • Before Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 1
    After Photo-Asian Eyelid Surgery Patient 1

    This 44 year old Asian male wished to undergo upper lid surgery to help lift his droopy lids and remove his excess skin. He already had a well-formed crease in both upper lids. A blepharoplasty surgery was performed to remove his excess skin, and a ptosis surgery was performed to help lift his droopy lids. Both procedures were performed at the same time using minimally invasive techniques. He healed well after surgery and was happy with the natural appearing results.

    Preoperative diagnosis: Bilateral upper lid ptosis and excess skin

    Procedure performed: Bilateral upper lid ptosis repair, upper lid blepharoplasty