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Ethereal asked in TravelAsia PacificChina · 1 decade ago

Asian Blepharoplasty Cost in China?

I will be going back to China this month and wondering how much the surgery will cost. My mom got hers for free and my other cousin just recently got hers for like $100 somewhere.

But the thing is I want to get mine at a notable hospital somewhere in Wu Han or Xing Tao. Can anyone recommend me a hospital from one of these two places?

Also, my mom said my eyes would get swollen for a week after the surgery. Is this true? If so, how swollen? I really want to get the surgery before meeting my grandparents.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I did find a world map with costs of eyelid surgery at

    http://www.realself.com/Eyelid-Surgery/cost

    But it has no costs for China

    http://www.eastplasticsurgery.com/eyelid_surgery.a...

    is a Shanghai based company that offers this service, so I guess you can emote them for a quote but the odds are it will cost more than $100.

    There is the Zhong Aomei Plastic Surgery a WuHan but I do not have a link for it.

    As for your eyes being swollen yes, it wil happen you have surgery on them and most of the sites say wear sunglasses to 7-14 days.

  • 1 decade ago

    I can't recommend a specific hospital as I'm not familiar with the cities you've mentioned. Additionally, I know little about the cost other than it's a lot cheaper in China than it is the United States.

    However, I can tell you that bruising and swelling is quite common and usually lasts for a minimum of a week, but usually longer. I have students who have this surgery all the time and it takes most of them up to two to three weeks for their eyes to look "normal." An American friend of mine was bruised and swollen for a month.

    You can read more about this at Mayo Clinic's site on blepharoplasty.

    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/blepharoplasty/MY...

    Good luck!

  • 4 years ago

    the suggestion i'm going to offer right this is the main inexpensive isn't the appropriate while it is composed of eye surgical technique, (i be conscious of this by way of understanding others who've had lazer surgical technique) which demands a good number of delicacy, desire all of it works out on the tip.

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