Double Eyelid Surgery
A vertical fold of skin is sometimes present in the inner corner of the eye (the medial canthus). The presence of this fold, known as the epicanthic fold, blunts and shortens the inner corner of the eye and causes the eye to look shorter in the horizontal dimension. The epicanthic fold also creates a downward tension on the skin near the inner corner of the eye, causing the double eyelid crease to collapse in that area and join the medial canthus.
Medial epicanthoplasty is a surgical procedure that addresses this condition by removing the excess skin fold. As a result, the inner corner of the eye becomes sharper and longer, and the eye becomes longer in the horizontal dimension. The double eyelid crease will not collapse near the inner corner. The whole eye looks more attractive as a result.
Although medial epicanthoplasty is not a new procedure, older surgical techniques produced unsightly scars. More recently, new techniques have been developed that result in inconspicuous scars while correcting the epicanthic fold effectively. Dr Huang uses an innovative Korean technique that is effective and yet produces inconspicuous scars: the rounded inner corner of the eyes is opened, lengthened and sharpened, thus enlarging the eyes in the horizontal dimension and enhancing the eyes in the process. The scars are strategically placed so as to be hardly visible.
The Cosmetic Surgery Clinic’s International recognition
The quality of Dr Huang’s work in cosmetic eyelid surgery and ptosis repair have received international recognition, and he is a sought after speaker on these subjects. He has been regularly invited to present his work at international plastic surgery meetings in Japan, Korea, and China, as well as in South East Asia.
You can therefore be assured that you will be in the hands of an internationally recognized expert as his patient.