Asian eyelid surgery, also known as Asian blepharoplasty or eyelid lift surgery is a procedure specifically meant to enhance the appearance of tired and droopy eyes for people of Asian descent.
It is estimated that over 250,000 Asians undergo this cosmetic surgery procedure each year to accomplish a more appealing eye appearance.
At the time of the pre-operative consultation, the surgeon will evaluate the condition of the patient’s upper and lower lids and recommend an appropriate Asian eyelid lift technique.
Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Lin provides Asian eyelid surgery to patients in West Covina, Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, Chino, Rowland Heights, Baldwin Park, Whittier, Brea, Arcadia, Pasadena, Diamond Bar and surrounding areas in California.
What are Asian Eyelid Surgery Before and After Images?
Asian blepharoplasty ‘before and after’ images refer to a pair of group of photos of previous patients of Asian ethnicity who have undergone eyelid surgery with successful outcomes.
These images are taken before the procedure and afterwards when the post-operative inflammation and bruising have resolved, and the complete outcomes of the procedure are apparent.
The surgeon will obtain these images with the consent of the patient and display them to prospective patients in a prudent and discreet manner. Additionally, the surgeon will not disclose the identity of the patient according to standard norms.
The surgeon will display these images with the sole aim of ensuring that the new patient attains clarity on the outcomes of Asian eyelid lift cosmetic surgery.
Patients are understandably anxious about any procedure concerning the face as it is the most prominent part of the body. The surgeon can show the patient Asian eyelid surgery before and after pictures to offer them reassurance on whether this procedure is appropriate for their needs.
Different patients will require varying levels of correction with double eyelid surgery. Some patients may need surgery on both the upper and lower lids while others may need limited correction. Regardless of the case, patients can make a more enlightened decision after viewing Asian eyelid surgery before and after images.
Combining Images with Text
Prospective patients may find it beneficial if before and after photos are accompanied by descriptive text detailing the procedure, the reasons for which it was undertaken, and how it achieved the patient’s specific eyelid goals.
The plastic surgeon can help new patients understand the journey of a previous patient with concise, clear, and compact descriptions. Such descriptive text can be an important part of before and after image galleries as patients tend to connect better with images while descriptions help them remember the associated details accurately.
Surgeons can educate patients and raise awareness on the benefits of Asian eyelid surgery through before and after photos of previous patients. They can disseminate these images online in the following ways:
Portfolios: Developing an image portfolio to display to prospective patients seeking double eyelid surgery.
Social Media Platforms: Pictures are a compelling way to optimize social media posts. However, the surgeon must exercise discretion while posting images on social media platforms.
Website Galleries: Creating a before and after photo gallery on the practice website which is not the case here at this time but this could change as well. Dr. Lin though could easily show a patient these key images during the consultation. Consultations are vital and all patients will be revealed the pivotal information that is needed to decide one way or the other.
Blog Posts: Adding photos to a blog post provides patients with visual proof of the procedure outcomes.
A well-developed before and after picture gallery can act as an educational as well as a promotional tool for the surgeon and their practice. This can be shown during the consultation with a digital computer pad or a digital screen on the wall, for instance.
It is an avenue for the surgeon to display their skills and expertise while educating new patients on complex cosmetic surgery procedures such as Asian blepharoplasty.
Putting the Patient at Ease
Transparency is key and Dr. Lin has no problem with showing people his work. Images are vital – words only go so far and digital images are so profound they enable patients to predict the future. This is because images this clear enable someone to easily apply what they see on the screen to themselves.
Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Lin receives patients from West Covina, Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, Chino, Rowland Heights, Baldwin Park, Whittier, Brea, Arcadia, Pasadena, Diamond Bar, and nearby areas in California for Asian eyelid surgery.
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