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Category: Eyelid

Eyelid Crease Recreation

Eyelid Crease Recreation

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Anchor incision surgery with inner corner correction

Anchor incision surgery with inner corner correction

Right eye was slightly droopier prior to surgery but was able to be corrected at the time of crease placement using the anchor method. The anchor technique allows precise movement of the eyelid opening muscles at the time of crease placement. The swelling is slightly longer than the standard eyelid techniques, but the long term results justify […]

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“Anchor” incision technique: what makes it different

“Anchor” incision technique: what makes it different

All Asian double eyelid incision surgeries are not the same. Every surgeon has his/her preferred technique. In the case of Asian double eyelid surgery, I prefer a technique called the “Anchor” procedure. This technique is in contrast to the more commonly performed “classical” technique. In the classic technique, after the surgeon marks a crease at […]

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