is there a surgery to have downturned medial canthus ? (1 Viewer)

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just get almond eye surgery
 
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No.
 
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yes
 
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Medial canthopexy is a thing but it's far from being done for PSL aesthetic purposes. The inner canthal is a very delicate, if not dangerous, area to perform surgery on. It's mostly used to correct telecanthus (short inner canthi) and from the video below you can see that it's very invasive

 
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so... realistically it's better to not do it / doc won't do it on me ?
Most surgeons aren't even familiar that such a procedure exists, so you stand no chances of getting this done. Plus I doubt you actually need such thing
 
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Dr Taban - “No”
 
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I wonder what’s the success rate on it
 
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Dr Taban - “No”
if even him said no then...
i'll probably only focus on putting some fat on the upper eyelid to get rid of slight UEE + may be the slight scleral show then
I wonder what’s the success rate on it
wdym by that ? you can die by it ?
 
eppley would probably do it - he said he would do neck implants
 
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That's medial epicanthoplasty, a very common procedure for Asian patients and completely different than medial canthopexy. In medial epicanthoplasty you essentially remove the skin covering the medial canthus of the eyelid. In medial canthopexy otoh, you have to detach the muscle that is connected to the lacrimal bone, it's honestly a brutal operation see below for reference

 
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That's medial epicanthoplasty, a very common procedure for Asian patients and completely different than medial canthopexy. In medial epicanthoplasty you essentially remove the skin covering the medial canthus of the eyelid. In medial canthopexy otoh, you have to detach the muscle that is connected to the lacrimal bone, it's honestly a brutal operation see below for reference

fucking hell thats making my physically cringe
Screenshot 2019 10 20 at 183106
 
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