Unveiling the Beauty of Your Eyes

Epicanthoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at enhancing the appearance of the eyes by altering the inner corner (epicanthal fold) where the upper and lower eyelids meet. This procedure is often chosen to create a wider and more open-eyed look, providing a subtle yet impactful transformation.

What to Expect?


Before undergoing epicanthoplasty, a thorough consultation with our experienced surgeons is essential. During this session, your surgeon will discuss your goals, assess your facial features, and determine if epicanthoplasty is the right procedure for you.

Local Anesthesia

Epicanthoplasty is typically performed under local anesthesia with sedation to ensure a pain-free experience. Your surgeon will discuss the anesthesia options during the consultation.


The surgeon carefully makes small incisions in the inner corners of the eyes, allowing precise adjustments to the epicanthal fold. The size and location of the incisions will be customized based on your unique anatomy and desired outcomes.

Adjustment & Closure

The surgeon makes subtle modifications to the tissue to create a more open appearance. Once the adjustments are complete, the incisions are meticulously closed with fine sutures, ensuring minimal scarring.


Recovery from epicanthoplasty is generally swift. Patients may experience mild swelling and bruising, which typically subsides within a week. Follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your progress and address any concerns.


Is Epicanthoplasty Permanent?

Epicanthoplasty is a permanent procedure, and the results are designed to last. The adjustments made to the inner corners of the eyes are intended to create a lasting, natural-looking transformation.

What is the Downtime for Epicanthoplasty?

While individual experiences may vary, most patients can expect a relatively short downtime. Swelling and bruising are common in the first week, and patients can typically resume regular activities within 7-10 days.

Will There be Visible Scarring?

The incisions made during epicanthoplasty are strategically placed within the natural contours of the inner corners of the eyes. As a result, scarring is typically minimal and tends to fade over time.

Are there Risks Associated with Epicanthoplasty?

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks. These can include infection, bleeding, or scarring. However, our experienced surgeons take every precaution to minimize these risks and ensure a safe and successful outcome.

Who is an Ideal Candidate for Epicanthoplasty?

Ideal candidates for epicanthoplasty are individuals looking to enhance the openness of their eyes, create a more balanced facial appearance, and have realistic expectations about the results. A comprehensive consultation with our surgeons will help determine if this procedure is suitable for you.

At BE Specialist Clinic, our skilled surgeons specialize in customizing epicanthoplasty procedures to meet the unique needs and goals of each patient. Schedule a consultation to explore the possibilities and unveil the beauty of your eyes.

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