Saturday, August 27, 2011

Asymmetry of skin creases are common amongst attractive faces.

One of the most common cause of dissatisfaction after double eyelid surgery (Asian blepharoplasty) is unequal height of the double eyelids (skin creases). However, even in the best of hands, the lines created are likely to be slightly unequal in height and provided the difference is slight most patients can be persuaded to accept the results. In fact, it is worth noting that amongst models and film stars who are perceived as attractive, asymmetry of skin creases are common (see pictures above).

In the next article, I will discuss the causes for unequal double eyelids after surgery and ways to restore the symmetry.

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