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Eyes with wide space in between

Eyelid Surgery by Type of Eyes

Eyes with wide space in between

  • Method: Epicanthoplasty
  • Anesthesia: Local (Deep Sleep) Anesthesia (Almost No Pain)
  • Duration: App. 30 min.
  • Stitch Removal: App. 5~7 days after
  • Clinic Visit: 2 times
  • Recover Period: Return to everyday activity after stitch removal

Before & After


Eyes with wide gap in between

Patients who have a wide gap between their eyes generally receive Epicanthoplasty to sharpen their appearance. A combination of surgeries may be required to restore the balance of the face.

wide-spaced-eyes

The wide space between the eyes, commonly observed on people with Asian heritage, is generally due to the Mongolian fold in the inner corner of the eyes. Epicanthoplasty may help shorten the gap by opening up the Mongolian folds.
As there are many variable factors that makes up for the wide gap between the eyes, careful diagnosis of the causative problem is required, and determine whether other surgeries such as blepharoplasty or Hot’z surgery is required in combination with epicanthoplasty..

Eyelid Surgery Method for Eyes with wide gap in between

Widely Spaced Eyes

STEP 01 Our surgeons plan and customize each inidividuals eyelid surgery

  • Our seasoned surgeon will determine the thickness of the skin, the amount of fats and muscles on eyelid, and then proceed to customize each surgery whilst considering the patients' desires.
Epicanthoplasty design

STEP 02 Designing the ideal line

  • Individual patients' eye shape and personal desires are considered to design an ideal double eyelid line, shape, and height.
epicanthoplasty incision

STEP 03 Incisions on the inner corner of the eyes and adjustments of the angles

  • Incisions are made conditionally to the ideal angles. The conjunctiva remains untouched thus the incision site will not reattach itself after the surgery.
epicanthoplasty suture

STEP 04 Clean Sutures to Minimize Scars

  • Clean and delicate sutures on the surgical incision site minimizes scar formation and swelling. The results can be more dramatic and better satisfactory outcomes can be achieved when double eyelid surgeries are performed together.

POINT!

Epicanthoplasty requires delicate and sophisticated skills since it deals with bony structures, muscles, and skin. It is important to devise a careful surgical plan in order to achieve the most ideal eye shape.