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Are Charming Almond Eyes Possible with Bambi Eye Surgery?

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2015-05-27 16:51
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Economic Review (Reporter Jae Young Huh) - Typical Asian eyes don’t have double eyelids and the epicanthic fold covers the eye, giving a small and cramped look in comparison to their Western counterparts. Because of this there has been much development in the technique of eye surgery. Small and slender eyes can have a mysterious charm, however many women desire big and clear eyes, leading to a rise in plastic surgery.

Plastic surgery specialist Dr. In Seok Hwang (ID Plastic Surgery Hospital) says, “In the past, there was a preference for big and round eyes however the recent trend is eyes that are wide in length with naturally almond-shaped double eyelid which combines the mystery and clarity. In order to create naturally almond shaped eyes not only is double eyelid needed but canthoplasty as well.”

The eye surgery that can make even the smallest, close together eyes big and clear is the “bambi eye surgery.” This surgery removes the epicanthic fold and also includes epicanthoplasty, lateral canthoplasty, and lateral hotz to enlarge and lengthen the eye. Ptosis surgery is also performed to fix the muscle that covers the eyelid to make a natural double eyelid, resulting in eyes that are big and bright and defined.

For those who have complexes about small eyes or those who received double eyelid surgery but aren’t satisfied with the size or shape of your eyes, this surgical method is sure to give you charismatic eyes that are unique to you. The surgery is performed under local anesthesia and takes about 30 minutes.

Dr. Hwang says, “There are many people who are worried that canthoplasty will only have limited effect, however the procedure is not just making an incision but using methods to ensure that the skin does not join together again and fixing the periosteum to prevent reoccurrence, resulting in doe-like clear, pure eyes.”

(Original Korean Article: http://www.econovill.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=246575)