Medial Epicanthoplasty

This procedure removes a fold of skin at the inner corner of the eye, which makes the eyes look small and far apart. With newer techniques, this procedure can be done with minimal, hardly visible scarring. Medial epicanthoplasty is often done together with upper blepharoplasty to further enhance the result.

The effects of a medial epicanthoplasty would be removing the fold of skin (medial epicanthus), making the eyes appear closer together, making the inner half of the eye appear bigger, and enhancing the inner half of the double eyelid fold.