An abnormal position of the left lower eyelid, leading to 'wide-eyed' appearance. This was corrected by 'retractor release' surgery, along with lateral canthoplasty. No skin scars are required.


Over-shooting upper eyelid is common in thyroid eye disease, and gives an angy staring look. This can be easily corrected by a scar-less surgery that relaxes the muscle, giving a more natural look.


Wide appearance of the right eye since birth, corrected by eyelid canthoplasty as well as fat decompression.

The almond shape of the eye aperture can be disturbed by injury or other surgeries. Medial Canthoplasty is a cosmetic procedure that corrects the acute angle of  the eye aperture.