Category: Asian Eyelid Lift (Asian Blepharoplasty)

Eyelid Lifts (Blepharoplasty) Video | Walnut Creek | San Francisco Bay Area

July 01, 2019 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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Today’s post reviews Eyelid Surgery, and includes a segment of video from KRON’s Body Beautiful. Eyelid surgery is done for both cosmetic and functional reasons. You can see Eyelid Lift Before and After Pictures and learn the indications, procedure and recovery for Blepharoplasty. Areas reviewed include the aging eyelids, sagging eyelids and Asian eyelid, double eyelid, surgery.

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Eyelid Lifts and Double Eyelid Surgery Video Presentation | SF Bay Area

November 07, 2018 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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Eyelid Surgery is one of the most meticulous of all cosmetic plastic surgery procedures. While the operation can be performed safely and reproducibly, even under local anesthesia when desired, you can improve the chances of a good result by seeking an experienced and Board Certified Plastic Surgeon or Oculoplastic Surgeon

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Ralph Millard, Cleft Lips, Double Eyelid Surgery & Korean Plastic Surgery

January 27, 2017 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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Dr. Millard contributed to Plastic Surgery in many ways with both his general principles and his specific techniques for everything from Cleft Lip repair to Double Eyelid Surgery. So why is he credited / blamed for the current explosion in Korean Plastic Surgery?

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Plastic Surgery Principles – Changes Over The Last 500 Years

January 22, 2017 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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The Principles and Art of Plastic Surgery began in 1564 with famous French barber surgeon Ambroise Pare, and were refined by greats like Sir Harold Gillies and D. Ralph Millard. Dr. Millard contributed in many ways with his principles and techniques for everything from Cleft Lip repair to Double Eyelid Surgery.

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Asian Eyelid Surgery | SF Bay Area Blepharoplasty

October 01, 2016 Joseph A. Mele, MD

You don’t have to be a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to see that the Asian and Occidental eyelids have different shapes. These differences are directly related to ethnic changes found in the Eyelid Anatomy. While the goals of Blepharoplasty are often the same, the techniques to achieve these goals must be modified for differences in the anatomy between Occidental and Asian Eyelids.

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Body Beautiful On KRON4 Wednesday At Noon – Live

September 04, 2016 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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Attention Plastic Surgery Television viewers. Body Beautiful will be broadcast live on KRON4 this Wednesday, September 7, 2016, At Noon – Live. So tune-in to get the latest Plastic Surgery News, and see if I get it right on the first take. Plastic Surgery Topics Will Include… This week’s show will be thirty minutes packed […]

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Lower Eyelids – Blepharoplasty SF Bay Area

August 15, 2015 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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Last post we discussed the changes usually desired for the upper lids are: removal of excess skin, removal of fat from the inner and central aspect of the upper lids if disproportionate, changing the upper eyelid fold and repositioning the lid margin to open the eye. These goals apply to the lower eyelids too, but the methods and priorities change. For the lower eyelid lifts the goals are: removing lower eyelid bags, tightening the lower eyelid skin, creating or maintaining normal lower eyelid position and shortening the length of the lower eyelid.

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SF Bay Area Eyelid Lifts in Walnut Creek, CA

August 23, 2014 Joseph A. Mele, MD

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Eyes play a central role in defining facial beauty. Unfortunately, the eyelids are one of the first facial features to show the signs of aging. Eyelid Surgery Before and After Photos What Does Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery) Do? Blepharoplasty is performed to removed excess skin and bagginess from the eyelids. The Blepharoplasty Before and After Pictures […]

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Eyelid Lifts – Blepharoplasty and Asian Eyelid Surgery

April 05, 2014 Joseph A. Mele, MD

As we age, the eyelids tend to loosen and sag. Excess upper eyelid skin can block peripheral vision and cause a heavy sensation as it comes to rest on the eyelashes. Excess lower eyelid skin and fat can give lower eyelid bags, even festooning. This can shadow beneath the eyelids and compound any darkness already present due to pigmentation or vascular coloration. Both excess upper eyelid skin and lower eyelid bags make us look tired, even when we are well rested.

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