Full-Incision Method

What is Full-Incision Method?

With the Full-Incision Method, incision takes place along the pre-designed double eyelid line.
Depending on the patient’s situation, necessary amounts of skin, muscle, and fat are removed, and adhesion is induced between the skin of the eyelid and the muscle that is used to open your eyes.

With the Full-Incision Method, incision takes place along the pre-designed double eyelid line

Surgical Procedure

01
The shape and height of the patient’s new eyelids are designed, and the amount of excess skin to be removed is measured.
02
After incising, the excess skin is removed in addition to excess fat and partial orbicularis oculi muscle.
03
The upper eyelid muscle and skin are connected and sutured.

With the Full-Incision Method, incision takes place along the pre-designed double eyelid line

Advantages and Disadvantages of the Full-Incision Method

Advantages Disadvantages
Excess skin and fat removal is possible Visible scarring is possible
A distinct double eyelid line can easily be made Long recovery period
Eye shape and ptosis corrections are possible  
Low possibility of thread becoming untied in the future  

 

 

* Side effects such as bleeding, inflammation, infection, etc. can be experienced after surgery and consult with your doctor as individual results may vary.*