THE VARIOUS METHODS OF PERFORMING A DOUBLE EYELID SURGERYJune 27, 2017
When it comes to plastic surgery procedures, the most popular and easiest procedures you can partake in is the double eyelid surgery Korea. It is very simple, straightforward and does not take up much of your time at all. The results are even ten times better than you can expect. Here at Pitangui the procedure can be done using three different methods: the full incision method, the buried sutured or non-incision method and the partial incision method. You can pretty much choose the procedure you may want to undertake but the methods are specific to the shape of your eyes and eyelids.
The full incision method is the most popular of the three in Korea and will give you a natural look for the long term. It works for younger people in their 20s where the procedure takes hold and reshapes your eyes and makes them look unnoticeably natural over the years. The procedure basically involves reconfiguring the entire tissue of the eyelid and extending the line of the eyelid beyond the last third of the eye to create a more natural look and enables your eyes to be permanently reshaped. Once the double eyelid surgery Korea is completed you can see the results in about a couple of weeks.
The buried sutured method basically involves no invasion and no incisions whatsoever to create natural looking double eyelids. What happens is that the specialist knots small sutures above the eyes to create the folds and this can be various types of loops. What is positive about this double eyelid surgery Korea procedure is that it is possible to go back to the original state of the eyes even after the double eyelid fold surgery has been completed. It works well for candidates with thin eyelid skin or if you have been using “double eyelid tape” to lift the eyelids.
Lastly the partial incision double eyelid surgery Korea procedure which has less cuts than the full incision proves to be effective because of its smaller, less noticeable scars. However, nowadays the full incision procedure has been perfected to leave minimal scars. This procedure similar to the buried sutured is ideal for those who have thin eyelid skin and for those who desire a shorter recovery period than what is necessary with the full-incision method. In this procedure the double eyelid lines extend up to the last third of the eyes, as opposed to the full incision method where the lines go beyond the last third of the eyes.