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Asian Eye Surgery in Turkey, Prices of Istanbul Clinics

Asian eye surgery is an aesthetic operation type that concerns the upper eyelid. As its name suggests, this technique is widely used in Asia and aims to minimize excess skin covering the eyelid by creating or repositioning a palpebral crease.

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    Who is this procedure for?
    • People with excess skin or fat on the upper eyelid
    • People with monolid eyes
    • People with sagging eyelid skin
    Side effects
    • Edema
    • Ecchymosis
    • Risk of recurrence (closed technique)
    Alternative treatments
    Intervention or treatment's duration
    • Between 1 and 2 hours
    Recovery time
    • 1 Week

    What is Asian Eye Surgery?

    To get rid of the sad, tired expression in their eyes, some people in China, Japan, and South Korea have resorted to Asian eye surgery also known as Asian blepharoplasty. The result is a more open, almond-shaped Western gaze, giving a more radiant, youthful appearance. Subsequently, this aesthetic surgery reshapes the skin surrounding the eye, removing excess fat and creating a double palpebral crease.

    Procedure for double eyelid surgery at our clinics

    An initial consultation with a surgeon specializing in Asian eye surgery in Istanbul, Turkey is necessary to establish the choice of technique best suited to the patient's needs. Generally, all techniques are based on the same principle: the orbicularis muscle membrane (aponeurosis) is attached to the skin of the monolid upper eyelid.

    Asian blepharoplasty types

    Depending on the type and anatomy of the eyelid, our plastic surgeon in Istanbul, Turkey will determine the type of incision to be applied in order to create the eyelid crease. It is essential to discuss all the patient expectations to define the crease position to be created. The various options are all performed on an outpatient basis and are classified by incision type.

    Full incision technique

    The full incision technique is based on an incision along the monolid eyelid, treating fat pockets and excess skin. The result is optimal fixation of the eyelid furrow, and it's the most permanent one compared to other methods.

    Partial incision technique

    Scars are minimal, even invisible. They are no larger than 3 mm, facilitating suturing and fixation of the eyelid furrow. This technique is indicated for people with little fat or negligible excess skin.

    Semi-open technique

    A 1 cm incision is made in the direction of the new palpebral crease. It is then closed using three stitches to introduce a thread between the oculi and the tarsus.

    No incision technique

    Performed percutaneously, this technique does not require incisions. As it's ideal for persons without excess fat or skin. Afterwards, no scarring is generated, as the threads are introduced through the skin orifices.

    Post-operative period for eye fold surgery

    The patient is discharged on the same blepharoplasty day, without needing any special care. Around the third day, sutures are removed. Swelling and bruising may be noticeable after surgery, but these fade after a short time. The patient can return to work after a week, although well-planned consultations are required throughout the year. These serve to monitor the patient's convalescence and the condition of any scars.

    However, it is important to avoid smoking for the first few days after the operation, to ensure optimal healing.

    You can follow some recommendations to avoid future complications, such as :

    • Taking ointments already prescribed by your doctor
    • Applying cold compresses to the operated eyes
    • Taking the antibiotics prescribed by your surgeon after the operation

    Contraindications of Asian blepharoplasty

    Although Asian eyelid surgery allows you to have wide-open eyes, it should not be indicated in certain conditions, such as :

    • Diabetic retinopathy
    • Glaucoma
    • Coagulation disorders 
    • Thyroid-related diseases

    The best price of palpebral crease treatment at our practices in Istanbul, Turkey

    Thanks to our agreements with the best hospitals in Istanbul, Turkey and our certified practices, you'll benefit from top-quality care at a competitive price. Our surgeons, specialized in Asian blepharoplasty, guarantee that your operation will be a success under optimum conditions.

    To meet all your needs, we have a dedicated support team on hand to answer any questions you may have. You can request your personalized quote right now. This will include all the costs of your stay, the price of the recommended Asian eye surgery, and the costs of the additional services.

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