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Safety Advantages of An Awake Breast Augmentation

An Awake breast augmentation is a surgical procedure to reshape and resize a woman’s breasts to better fit her ideal measurements while avoiding the potentially dangerous side effects of general anesthesia. Traditionally, plastic surgeons have relied on general anesthetic drugs like propofol to sedate and render a patient unconscious during a surgical procedure. These anesthetics drop the patient’s heart … Read More

Dr. Kim: Leading Korean Plastic Surgeon in Los Angeles

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Dr. Kenneth Kim is an internationally renowned, highly sought-after, and innovative plastic surgeon specializing in Asian cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Through his accomplished education and career, Dr. Kim has taught advanced plastic surgery techniques, authored groundbreaking research publications in prestigious peer-reviewed journals, and – most importantly – improved the lives of patients who put their trust in his … Read More

Awake Anesthesia

“Awake Anesthesia” is not a contradiction. It’s a dream come true. The progressive technique results in safer surgery and quicker recovery. Awake Anesthesia combines a local anesthetic to provide the patient with a peaceful and pain-free procedure. General anesthesia remains safe; it has its place among more complex operations. Awake Anesthesia marks the beginning of a brand new day for patient safety. … Read More

The Growing Popularity of Double Eyelid Surgery

From Korea to the U.S. and Beyond, Blepharoplasty Is on the Rise Community is more than just a concept or a collection of people; it is a driving force. We want to feel a sense of belonging and celebrate what binds us together. When you look around and see others who reflect your shared style and … Read More

Various Types of Double Eyelid Surgery

Did you know that there are various types of double eyelid surgery? There are minimally invasive double eyelid surgery to more invasive double eyelid surgery that is offered at Dream Medical Group in Los Angeles. The surgery is for both men and women and all of these various types of double eyelid surgery are safe … Read More

All You Need To Know About Asian Eyelid Surgery

Many people are curious about the term “Asian eyelid surgery.” Asian eyelid surgery is any surgery that is applied to the Asian eyelid. Asians have unique characteristics, one of the most important features are their eyelids. Asian eyelid anatomy is truly unique in many ways. Asian eyelids often lack the supratarsal fold. This is the fold … Read More

Double Eyelid Surgery FAQ

WHY DO I HAVE SLEEPY OR DROOPY EYES AFTER DOUBLE EYELID SURGERY? In some cases, a patient can develop sleepy or droopy eyes after Asian blepharoplasty or double fold eyelid surgery. The cause of this drooping is a condition called ptosis. Eyelid ptosis means that the patient’s eyelid elevating muscle (known as the levator muscle) was naturally weak. Unfortunately, … Read More

How Does an Asian Nose Job Work?

An Asian nose job is unique from other rhinoplasty procedures. This procedure focuses on augmenting the bridge, nasal canal and tip of the nose to compliment the rest of the face. Asian rhinoplasty can improve the quality of life for those who have a deviated septum – correcting functional issues to enhance their breathing. Asian rhinoplasty works for those … Read More

How To Correct Eyelid Ptosis and Blepharoptosis

There are two main methods to correct eyelid ptosis. One is by making an incision in the eyelid during the double fold eyelid surgery. The other method involves flipping the eyelid and correcting the weak eyelid muscle known as the levator muscle or the Muller’s muscle from inside the eyelid. Eyelid ptosis correction can be performed during the conversion of … Read More

Can Asian Eyelid Surgery Make My Eyes Look Bigger?

There are two primary ways to make Asian people have bigger eyes. The first is by creating a double fold eyelid. This will work if the Asian patient has a monolid. By changing a monolid to a double eyelid, excess skin is removed. Therefore, the patient will not only have double-lidded eyes but larger eyes too. This is … Read More