Asian Eyelid Surgery Expertise & Artistry
Dr. Truong trained directly under Dr. Jung Park, a world-renowned expert on Asian eyelid surgery and inventor of the “Z-epicanthopexy,” to learn the latest surgical techniques used in blepharoplasty. In addition to his expertise specifically in double eyelid surgery, Dr. Truong is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. He has completed a competitive American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship and a full year apprenticeship in aesthetic plastic surgery. Dr. Truong was also voted one of America’s Top Surgeons by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Disclaimer: This is just one review and may not be representative of all patient experiences. There’s no guarantee of specific results and your results can vary. We encourage you to read more reviews of Dr. Truong and our practice before deciding on coming in for a consultation.
Cost, Financing & Payment Plans
Asian eyelid surgery is rarely covered by health insurance, except in the case of medical necessity. However, our practice offers financing options like CareCredit to help manage any payment concerns about your eyelid lift.
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Asian Eyelid Surgery Consultation
Dr. Truong offers a thorough and comprehensive consultation where you can get the details on all of your cosmetic options. He’ll take the time to answer each and every one of your questions.
What to Expect
Double eyelid surgery differs from a standard eyelid lift because the anatomy of the Asian eye is different in significant ways. Typically, Asian blepharoplasty is performed to create a more defined upper eyelid crease that still honors your naturally ethnic appearance. Asian eyelid surgery can also help eyes look less puffy, sleepy or hooded.
At your consultation, Dr. Truong will discuss your goals for the procedure so that he has a better understanding of the final results you hope to achieve. He’ll also go into more detail about how you should get ready for your surgery, the steps he’ll take during the procedure and what to expect during your recovery.
Preparing for Your Asian Eyelid Surgery
There are several different techniques Dr. Truong may use when performing double eyelid surgery. The question of which method will work best for you depends on your preferences and ideal outcome as well as your anatomy and Dr. Truong’s personal recommendation. Asian eyelid surgery is normally performed under local anesthesia, so you can expect to head home the same day as your procedure.
Recovery & Results
It’s normal for your eyes to feel swollen or tight right after your double eyelid surgery, and you should avoid wearing contacts for at least a week. Dr. Truong recommends sleeping with your head elevated an upward angle for the first few nights to help reduce swelling. Residual bruising can usually be disguised easily with makeup after the first several days, and your results will appear gradually over time. It’s important to remember that the appearance and placement of your upper eyelid crease will continue to develop and refine over time for a final result that looks flattering and natural.