With ICCM's option for double eyelid surgery, Sydney patients can undergo a small procedure to alter the crease of the eye. By doing this, you can change your facial aesthetic to achieve a bigger and brighter look, turning back the hands of time on your facial appearance.
This procedure is also known as the eyelid lift or Asian double eyelid surgery, as it offers other benefits of reducing wrinkles around the eye. Our expert surgeons can create a youthful and vibrant look while maintaining ethnic aesthetics and offering natural results.
This procedure is also known as the eyelid lift or Asian double eyelid surgery, as it offers other benefits of reducing wrinkles around the eye.
The benefits for all patients of double eyelid surgery
As a form of Blepharoplasty, double eyelid surgery can make a significant difference as the eyes are one of the most expressive areas of your face and only require small tweaks to create noticeable changes.
Thanks to double eyelid surgery, patients in Sydney can see a reduction in sagging skin and wrinkles that form around the eyes as we age. This one-off procedure offers an additional benefit of simplifying the application of makeup thanks to a more visible second crease on the upper eyelid.
The primary benefits of eyelid surgery include:
- Greater expression of the eyes
- Visually larger eyes
- Improved symmetry
- An enhanced upper eyelid fold
- Speedy recovery
- Definition of the eyelid crease
- Reduced puffiness
The double eyelid surgery procedure can improve the scope of vision in cases where the single upper eyelid crease causes a narrowing effect. By creating a second crease, the eyelid is opened more, allowing for a more comprehensive view.
What happens during double eyelid surgery?
The procedure is quite simple and involves the removal of excess fat or tissue from the eyelids to reveal more of the eye. A small incision is made to remove the skin or fat which is then sealed with a radiofrequency pen.
A deep layer of stitches is also used to lift the eyelid which creates a deeper lid crease to form the double eyelid. If required, a similar procedure can be performed on the lower eyelid below the lash line.
If interested in this procedure, here are your next steps
No matter which procedure you are considering with ICCM, every patient must undergo a consultation to confirm that the surgery you are considering will help achieve your goals. Our team will assess your issues, and discuss your expectations and goals. From here, we will be able to determine the best path forward for both your physical and emotional health.
During your consultation we will assess and discuss your past and present medical conditions, current medication, and previous surgeries if relevant. We will spend time with you discussing the body concerns you would like addressed and your expected goals. The goal is to ensure your questions have been answered and you are comfortable before moving forward.
The procedure is quite simple and involves the removal of excess fat or tissue from the eyelids to reveal more of the eye.
How much does double eyelid surgery in Sydney cost?
This procedure can have varying requirements which is why a full quote will be provided after the assessment during your consultation. The specific price will be detailed via a no-obligation quote.
ICCM prices are reasonable and realistic and a payment plan of $30 per week can be offered if required to ensure your procedure is more affordable.
Choosing ICCM for your eyelid procedure
Dr Tony Prochazka is a cosmetic surgery expert with over 20 years of experience. The ICCM team’s level of experience ensures your safety from the convenient location of the central Sydney clinic on Macquarie Street.
Our patient’s experience peace of mind and comfort in the experience of our surgeons and the in-depth, successful portfolio of work we have provided for many clients in the past.
Frequently Asked Questions
If excess skin on the upper eyelid is creating a droopy or puffy appearance, or your field of vision is hindered, double eyelid surgery may be right for you. Those after a more youthful appearance may be well-suited to this procedure. The definitive answer will be clear after your consultation.
This procedure offers a short recovery time with no more than bruising and swelling that will heal over the few days after your procedure. You will also have thin bandages over the incision site and stitches for roughly a week. A rough guide for complete healing is a maximum of two weeks.
The common risks with any eye surgery are infection, bleeding, scarring, dry eye, or double vision. None of the ICCM patients that have undergone this procedure have experienced these issues. Our experts minimise these risks due to their years of experience in the procedure.
Before proceeding with any surgical procedure, patients should seek a second opinion from qualified healthcare practitioners.
The information on the website is for general guidance only and cannot be used as a basis to make a surgical decision, an initial consultation with our surgeon is required to help patients make an informed decision before proceeding with any surgical procedure.