Saturday, 17 August 2013

[BK Plastic Surgery] Revisional Double Eyelid Surgery

BK Plastic Surgery
Revisional Double Eyelid Surgery



Time for Revisional Eyelid Surgery

Since possible time for revisional eyelid surgery can be different for individual, it is better to make a decision after consultation with a medical specialist. 
We suggest 3-6 months to wait in average if the reason for revisional surgery is dissatisfactory results after previous surgery. However, if the results right after surgery were determined to be failure, it is better to undergo revisional eyelid surgery within 2 weeks before the surgical site completely heals. 

Revisional Eyelid Surgery is needed when....

- Thick Double Eyelid Fold
-Asymmetrical Double Eyelid Fold
-Indistinct or Reversed Double Eyelid Crease
-Multiple Double Eyelid Creases
-Low Crease or Thin Fold
-No Change or Smaller Appearance of Eyes After Surgery







Inner Corner Reconstruction

When Mongolian folds are removed either excessively/insufficiently during inner corner excessively/insufficiently during inner corner fold removal, or the outcomes are not satisfactory, inner corner reconstruction should be considered. 

Inner Corner Reconstruction is needed when.... 


1. Excess Removal of Mongolian Fold
2. Insufficient Removal of Mongolian Fold
3. Visible Scar After Inner Corner Fold Removal



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1 comment:

  1. The results of aesthetic Eyelid surgery are usually long-lasting, but they may be affected by heredity and lifestyle factors.

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