I'm scheduled to have Asian blepharoplasty (double eyelid surgery). I have double eyelids but the outer eyelid droops down too low. Anyway, I'll be doing the double eyelids in conjunction with epicanthoplasty to widen the eyes a tad (nothing drastic). However, I'm also planning on raising my nasal bridge next year. When I pull forward on my nasal skin at the bridge, I notice that the eyes widen all by itself. Should I hold off on the epicanthoplasty, just get the double eyelid done for now, do the nose next year, and then gauge whether I need an epicanthoplasty, at that point in time? I figure going wide is much easier than than going back narrow. The double eyelid and the epicanthoplasty need not be done at the same time, right? Thanks in advance.