Asian Blepharoplasty and the Eyelid Crease 2nd Edition by William P. Chen MD FACS

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The definition of and the patient’s concept of a crease are discussed. 2. Crease configuration and placement are discussed. 3. The surgical techniques to be used, including local anesthetics, sutures, and medications, are described. 4. Postoperative swelling and wound healing are explained. 5. Reasonable expectations and revisions and any possible complications are explained. 6. Signed informed consent is obtained. 7. Preoperative photographs are taken for the patient’s record. 8. Preoperative instructions: avoidance of anticoagulants and herbal medications.

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3-2 Japanese Kanji characters for ‘single eyelid,’ (left) and ‘double (two) eyelid’ (right). As described in previous publications by the author,1–9 the crease may be asymmetric in its presentation, or be absent in one eye and present in the other. It may be continuous or segmented (fragmented). Figure 3-4 shows the various configurations of the Asian eyelid. Figure 3-5 shows an eyelid without a crease. There is mild degree of upper lid hooding, causing secondary downward rotation of the lashes.

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