Double Eyelid Surgery

Before and after photos

Double eyelid surgery is one of the most satisfying operation, both for the patient and the surgeon.  Please Click here to see some before and after photos in our photo gallery.

Introducing a less invasive upper blepharoplasty: the short incision double eyelid operation for Asians


  • The most advanced minimally invasive double eyelid surgery, a 3-Dimensional, 4-Directional eye enlargement technique
  • Less invasive and less operative time
  • Quick recovery, minimal downtime and complications
  • Near invisible scar
  • Lifelong results
  • Brighter, more beautiful and natural eyes
  • Affordable procedure
  • Board certified cosmetic surgeon: Dr Xu has been performing double eyelid surgery since 1989

What is Asian double eyelid surgery?

Double eyelid surgery/operation, also known as Asian upper blepharoplasty, is a cosmetic procedure to create or enhance the upper eyelid folds.

There are different techniques for double eyelid operation.  They can be classified into the open technique and the closed technique.  Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages.

What is the short incision double eyelid surgery?

The short incision double eyelid surgery combines the advantages of both open and suture techniques.  It is less invasive, with less operating time, quick recovery with minimal downtime and complications.  It creates brighter, more beautiful and natural eyes with permanent results.

How long does the surgery take?

The short incision double eyelid operation usually takes approximately 30-45 minutes. 

How long is the healing time?

The short incision double eyelid surgery has minimal down time and quick recovery. It can be done as a Friday procedure, with a rest over the weekend, ready to show your new look on Monday.

The external sutures can be removed 3-5 days after the surgery.

What are possible risks and complications?

The risks and complications of the short incision double eyelid surgery are rare and minimal compared to traditional eyelid surgery.   Haematoma occasionally occurs, and dislodgement of sutures happens in less than 2% of cases.