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Plastic Surgeons Honolulu – Eyelift Surgery Randy Wong, MD on 27 Apr 2015

Eyelift Surgery

Plastic surgeons in Honolulu perform eyelift surgery for many who would like to correct eyelid problems. Dr. Randy Wong of Honolulu Plastic Surgery Center is also skilled in performing Asian Eyelid procedures, along with many other plastic and cosmetic procedures like, Honolulu breast augmentation, tummy tucks and much more.
As we age our appearance changes, more drastically for some, earlier in life for others. This may lead to wrinkles and eyelids that sag, making someone appear older than they actually are. For someone who is exercising, maintaining a healthy diet and feels energetic and youthful, their sagging eyelids can make them feel and look much older. Bodily changes due to aging are beyond our control, however, eyelift surgery and other similar procedures help us take back some of the control.
Asian eyelids surgery, for example, has become more common. This is especially so because not all Asians have Asian eyelids characterized with a double fold at the upper eyelid. In fact, about 50% of Asians don’t have it. This natural looking double fold has its way of adding to one’s facial appeal. As a result, many Asians are seeking surgical procedures that can give them the eyelid they’ve always wanted. The Asian eyelid crease is created using a safe surgical procedure, delivering desired results that look natural. If you are looking into an Asian eyelid surgery, be sure the plastic surgeon provides results with scar less folds and has a safe history of performing this procedure.


Be sure to find out more about Asian eyelid or other eyelift procedures strictly from plastic surgeons in Honolulu like Dr. Randy Wong, whose surgical procedures have been tested and proven to deliver reliable results.

Randy Wong, MD

Randy Wong, MD

The origins of my desire to become a doctor are quite comical when you stop to think about. When I was a child I had to get a shot and due to the amount of squirming and shaking I did to avoid the needle, it broke off in my skin.
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Randy Wong, MD

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