Asian Eyelid Double Fold Plastic Surgeon Beverly Hills & NYC

Dr. Harrison Lee has earned his best in class reputation as an Asian eyelid surgery specialist (Asian eyelid double fold surgery / Asian blepharoplasty) for being a perfectionist and artistically meticulous in his work. The triple board certified plastic surgeon offers Asian eyelid surgery at both his Beverly Hills (Los Angeles, CA) and NYC (Manhattan, New York) plastic surgery center.

The Asian Eyelid Surgeon not only has the unparalleled skill and experience to create desired surgical results but also the insight to understand and work with the needs of his patients. During your free Asian eyelid surgery consultation, Dr. Harrison Lee will evaluate your eyelid anatomy, the design of your crease, and your desired aesthetic results.

Please follow this link to review before & after Asian blepharoplasty  / Asian eyelid double fold plastic surgery photos of actual patients.

Dr. Lee is an amazing meticulous surgeon. I’ve had my eyes and nose done with him (Asian eyelid double fold surgery), and am very happy with the work he’s done. After his great work on my face, it has boosted my ego sky high! He makes you feel comfortable and at ease. If you are looking for a great plastic surgeon, I would highly recommend Dr. Harrison Lee. His staff is very accommodating and professional. I will definitely be making a visit again soon and will be referring him to all my family and friends. Thank you again Dr. Lee! ~ YELP

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Several different techniques are available to create a double eyelid with each technique having its own advantages & limitations. Dr. Lee will thoroughly discuss the different styles for your eyes and give recommendations for the most natural result. The actual technique performed by the facial plastic surgeon for your surgery will be dependent on the patient’s anatomy and aesthetic goals.

Asian blepharoplasty, or double eyelid surgery, is the most common cosmetic procedure among Asians. Although the Asian eyelid double fold plastic surgery procedure is quite simple compared to other procedures, no other cosmetic facial surgery requires as much attention to detail and precision as Asian eyelid surgery because a 1mm difference in the height or the crease curvature can result in a profoundly different appearance and affect your overall beauty.

If you are a candidate for Asian eyelid surgery or are looking for an Asian plastic surgery specialist you need not look elsewhere. Dr. Harrison Lee is one of a select few facial plastic surgeons to offer this specialized procedure. With his triple board certification, extensive training, and expertise in Blepharoplasty (Asian eyelid double fold surgery), you can obtain the bright, lively eye appearance you are seeking.

Through years of training and perfecting his artistry the facial plastic surgeon has adapted the various Asian eyelid plastic surgery techniques and can offer customized Asian eyelid surgery that’s best for your eyelid anatomy to obtain the most natural, attractive result without violating your unique ethnic characteristics. A doctor & patient relationship is essential in setting and achieving each individual’s personal cosmetic surgery goals. Dr. Harrison Lee is unique in his dedication to connecting with his patients to give them the full understanding, security, and confidence they need to make these critical decisions.

Non-Incisional Asian Eyelid Double Fold Surgery Technique: For young Asian patients with thin-skinned eyelids, Asian double eyelid fold surgery can be accomplished by the facial plastic surgeon with no incisions or cutting. Sutures are passed inside the eyelid to create a new crease. The surgeon will use either two interlocking suture loops (DST) or five independent fixation sutures depending on the patient’s anatomy and desired shape. There are no scars, and the swelling is very minimal with this Asian Plastic Surgery procedure.

Incisional Asian Eyelid Double Fold Surgery Technique: Asian eyelid plastic surgery patients who have thick, heavy eyelid skin and excess upper eyelid fat are better candidates for the incisional technique. This means that the plastic surgeon will perform the Asian eyelid plastic surgery as an operation and there will be cutting and sutures (stitches) involved.

Full Asian Eyelid Double Fold Surgery Technique:
The full incision technique is recommended by Dr. Harrison Lee when there is thick or excessive eyelid skin, fat, ptosis (droopy eyelids), or when a more dramatic look is desired. With a full incision, excess skin and fat can be removed and ptosis corrected. The patient will experience some swelling and a thin scar line where the incision was made.

Epicanthoplasty Surgery Technique: A unique feature of the Asian eyelid is the epicanthal fold, located in the innermost portion of the upper eyelid. An epicanthoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to create the appearance of a wider eye and is usually performed in conjunction with Asian double eyelid surgery. Although there are numerous different methods this Asian Eyelid Double Fold Surgery procedure will brighten and open up your eye area in general.

Dr. Harrison Lee is trained to the highest possible standards in facial plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery and has gained worldwide recognition in his field. His patients not only trust his professional judgment and extensive experience, they feel cared for as individuals. Dr. Lee is a sensitive and caring plastic surgeon who will meet with you personally at your consultations and explain in detail what can be achieved with plastic surgery and what you can expect before, during, and after surgery. If you would like to schedule a consultation with the best in class facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Harrison Lee, at either his Beverly Hills or NYC plastic surgery practice please feel free to contact us.

Los Angeles
9735 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 220
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 777-2627

620 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
(212) 988-9769