Along with the single upper eyelid, the epicanthal fold is a defining characteristic of East Asians. It is a fold of skin which covers the inner corner of the eye, leading to a sharp narrow angle which gives the eye a “slit like” appearance.  Although it is almost universally present in Asian people, the degree of severity will vary significantly between individuals.

What can be done to improve the appearance of the epicanthal fold?
When is the best time to have medial epicanthoplasty surgery?
Will the medial epicanthoplasty scar be obvious?