Asian blepharoplasty cost in Turkey

Written by Émilie Gervais

All about asian blepharoplasty in Turkey! What is the average cost in Istanbul? Our tips for a successful asian blepharoplasty in Turkey. provides information on asian blepharoplasty in Turkey and helps you book surgery with qualified surgeons. This content is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional.

How much does asian blepharoplasty cost in Turkey?

The average cost of asian blepharoplasty in Turkey in Istanbul is £875. Depending on the needs, asian blepharoplasty costs from £750 to £1,000 in Turkey.

ProcedureTurkey PriceUK Price
Asian blepharoplasty£875£2,000

What is asian blepharoplasty?

Asian blepharoplasty in Turkey is a surgery for which more and more people are coming to our practice. These are patients of Asian origin who wish to have eyes with western features.

Generally they are people who change their residence, come to live in Spain and what they want is to “westernise their look”. This is exactly the opposite of what we want, as we are generally looking for a more almond-shaped eye.

What are patients looking for?

What patients seek with Asian blepharoplasty in Turkey is to soften their oriental features and achieve a rounder eye, to reveal the tarsus of the upper eyelid, i.e. the distance between the end of the eyelashes and the crease of the eyelid is visible.

The Asian patient is not looking for a Western eyelid but wants to soften his or her features.

While traditional upper blepharoplasty in western people is very simple, Asian blepharoplasty is somewhat more complicated as a crease must be created which the Asian race does not have congenitally.

Although this is a relatively simple and minimally invasive procedure, the plastic surgeon must perform very precise but consistent surgery, especially in the eyelid crease, to lengthen the distance between the lower and upper eyelid margin.

Asian blepharoplasty: the recovery process

Asian blepharoplasty in Turkey is performed on an outpatient basis and lasts between thirty and forty minutes. As it only requires local anaesthesia, there is no need for the patient to be admitted. The recovery process is simple: in four days the stitches are removed and the patient can go back to normal life.

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Émilie Gervais

My name is Emilie Gervais, I am a medical writer with extensive scientific knowledge and more than 15 years experience in cancer research and molecular biology. I have experience in conference organisation and project management. I have the ability to transfer complex medical and scientific concepts to diverse audiences through a variety of media, including the blog which serves as a forum for my writing.

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