Eyelid Surgery Before and After Pictures: An Asian Patient’s Experience with SK Eyelid Surgery
They did an incisional blepharoplasty on this patient. Removal of extra fat and skin. This five-month post-op image documents the recovery process.
Case Study 2: Eyelid Surgery
Both the top and lower eyelids were surgically altered in this patient (blepharoplasty). She had an incision made inside her lower eyelids to remove the excess fat.
The skin of the eyelids does not reveal any scars. Patients with lower lid bulges but no additional skin in that area can benefit greatly from this transconjunctival technique. Visual documentation of one month’s post-op recovery.
Case Study 3: Eyelid Surgery
There was no external incision made during the lower lid blepharoplasty performed on this patient. Incisions were made inside her lower eyelids to remove excess fat.
For patients without lower lid extra skin, the transconjunctival technique is ideal. The lower lid shape has noticeably improved. After six days, post-op pictures were taken.
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Case Study 4: Eyelid Surgery
Suture-only blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) was used to generate a double fold in this patient’s eyelids. These images were taken at the 6-week mark following the surgical procedure.
Case Study.5 Eyelid Surgery
This individual had a history of blepharoplasty on her upper eyelids, which had resulted in significant asymmetry in her folds.
After her initial procedure, she needed revision surgery to correct the asymmetry between her upper eyelids. Postoperative photographs were taken five months following surgery.
External Blepharoplasty: Case Study No. 6
This individual had a medial epicanthoplasty and suture-only blepharoplasty (to open the inner corners of her eyes). The five-month post-op images were taken after the patient had recovered from the procedure.
Case 7: Eyelid Surgery
This individual’s upper eyelid fold asymmetry was addressed by suture blepharoplasty (a non-incisional technique).
The right upper eyelid had surgery to make the crease height and shape consistent with the left eye. Two months following surgery, the patient’s natural-looking symmetry is captured in this shot.
A Case Study in Eyelid Surgery 8
Rather than making incisions, this woman had suture blepharoplasty (a non-invasive procedure) performed to even out the folds in her upper eyelids.
The patient only had surgery on her right eyelid so that it would have the same crease height and shape as her left eye. Her post-op shot is a testament to her enhanced, more organic symmetry.
Case Study 9: Blepharoplasty
This 42-year-old woman sought treatment for her eyebags by having surgery on her lower eyelids. Fat was trimmed and the skin tightened by a surgical incision made just behind the bottom eyelashes. Her incision is quite little and scarcely noticeable now that the surgery is over.
Patient received incisional upper blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). The transconjunctival blepharoplasty of the lower eyelids ( no incision or scar on lower lid skin).
Surgery on the Eyelids: Case No. 10
This individual’s double eyelid surgery involved simply the use of sutures and no incisions. There was a three-month wait between surgery and the post-op images.
Eyelid Lifting: Case Study No. 11
This individual’s double eyelid surgery involved simply the use of sutures and no incisions. Two months following surgery, patients were photographed in their postoperative attire.