Temple Lift & Almond Eye (Canthoplasty) Surgery

Those who have drooping eyelids due to natural aging and want their beautiful eye shape back can benefit from a temple lift & almond eye surgery.

Temple Lift & Almond Eye

Those who have drooping eyelids due to natural aging and want their beautiful eye shape back can benefit from a temple lift & almond eye surgery. For most people looking for procedures with the highest payoff and the least risk, a temple lift is a viable technique.

Standard Temple Lift & Almond Eye Procedure

Temple Lift treatment includes lifting the outer eyebrow, reducing wrinkles in the temple area and tightening the sagging skin. During a temple lift, the surgeon makes a temporary bilateral incision in the hair just above the ear so that any scars are barely noticeable. If there are deep lines at the corners of the eyes, they will be flattened and softened.
A stitch closes the wound and tightens the skin. It can be done with sedation or local anesthesia during the operation. To begin the temple lift & almond eye surgery, a small incision is made at the hairline above the ear. The underlying tissue is dislodged and then stretched to lift the outside of the brow and smooth out frown lines. After removing the excess skin, small stitches are used to close the incisions.

Temple Lift & Almond Eye Surgery

First, anesthesia is administered to the region where the surgery will be done. As the name implies, temple lift & almond eye aesthetics involve drawing up the eye's external borders and securing them to the eye's underlying bone. In this way, the eye seems to be more slanted and prominent. The employment of specific sutures is common when it comes to the aesthetics of almond eyes. Self-melting seams eliminate the need for stitching. While the patient is recovering, they can simply resume their normal routine. As a clinic with a high success rate, we offer a treatment with international standards to our patients.