About Laser Eyelid Surgery – Traditional Eyelid Surgery And Asian Eyelid Surgery

New procedures for eyelid surgery

On the face of a teenager, there is a smooth, flawless, convex joint between the lower eyelid and the cheek. Restoring these smooth "cheek joints" is key to rejuvenating the eye area. As people age, people break the smooth cheek joints. The fat pockets on your lower eyelids will begin to appear in the fourth decade of your life. 

If fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes are your problems, an alternative to fillers is to laser treat those lines. The laser procedure actually causes the skin around the eye to shrink and shrink, thereby smoothing out those tiny lines. You can visit https://www.judgemd.com/treatments/blepharoplasty-eyelids/ to have a look at some results. 

If contour irregularities are more visible, an eyelid procedure (blepharoplasty) is required to redistribute fat from the sac and use the fat to fill the tear ducts. At the same time, the eyelid muscles and skin layers are tightened.

If the lower eyelid is not protruding or protruding, the upper eyelid may loosen and slowly cover the eye, making it difficult to apply makeup. Some of it may be due to excess fat and skin on the upper eyelid, while this may be due to the weakening of the levator muscles.

 Asian eyelid surgery

Asian eyelids surgery differs from Caucasian eyelids in that they do not have a crease or skin fold over the upper lashes. One of the most popular procedures for Asian patients is eyelid crease, commonly known as Asian blepharoplasty, or multiple procedures.

Switching to the "double fold" eyelid is seen by many as an eye-opening, creating a wider and more beautiful appearance. There are two common techniques used in Asian eyelid surgery: suture technique or incision technique.