Friday, May 29, 2015

Korean Eye Plastic Surgery, Ptosis Correction

Have you heard of Korean eye plastic surgery?
Of course. Eyelid surgery and aegyo sal surgery are pretty popular these days.
How about ptosis correction?
No? Then let's know more about ptosis correction.


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Ptosis correction is one of Korean eye plastic surgery types available at Wonjin Plastic Surgery. Ptosis correction is a little different than blepharoplasty. The aim of surgery to treat ptosis is to lift your drooping eyelid back to its normal position. This is usually done by tightening the muscles used to raise your eyelid. If your ptosis is severe, your eyelid can be attached under your eyebrow, so that your forehead muscles can do the lifting. Ptosis varies in severity. For example, mild ptosis may cause your eyelid to droop a small amount, which can affect your appearance but not your sight. More severe ptosis can affect the upper part of your vision and cause tiredness.

There are two types of Korean eye plastic surgery, ptosis correction, with full incision and non incision. 

Ptosis correction with incision is a form of blepharoplasty that creates incision lines along the skin to correct the eyelids. This procedure is for people with thick or fat abundant skin, or with very saggy eyelids. It appropriates for those who have upper eyelids covering their eyes, have tired looking eyes, and eyes look half open when taking pictures. 

While non incision means the muscles used to lift the eyes can become weak causing the upper eyelids to cover part of the eyes. Ptosis correction can correct this by incising the levator muscle used to open the eyes, thus creating a double eyelid. Droopy upper eyelids can cause a tired appearance and the act of opening the eyes can cause forehead wrinkles. After expert consultation, Ptosis correction incision or non-incision will be recommended based on your personal needs. It appropriates for those who have eyes that appear half-closed leading to a sleepy appearance, have little change or dissatisfaction with double eyelid surgery or desire to have ptosis free eyes.


Ptosis correction surgical method (Full Incision)

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The muscles used to lift the eyes can become weak causing the upper eyelids to cover part of the eyes. Ptosis correction can correct this by incising the levator muscle used to open the eyes. Droopy upper eyelids can cause a tired appearance and the act of opening the eyes can cause forehead wrinkles. After expert consultation, Ptosis correction incision or non-incision will be recommended based on your personal needs

Ptosis correction surgical method (Non Incision)

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The muscles used to lift the eyes can become weak causing the upper eyelids to cover part of the eyes. Ptosis correction can correct this by incising the levator muscle used to open the eyes. Droopy upper eyelids can cause a tired appearance and the act of opening the eyes can cause forehead wrinkles. After expert consultation, Ptosis correction incision or non-incision will be recommended based on your personal needs


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