Wonderful's Ptosis Correction adjusts the strength of the eyelid muscle and opens the eyes bigger by fixing the weak upper eyelid muscle that is used to open the eye resulting in larger, defined eyes.
Before & After
Ptosis refers to eyelids that excessively cover the eyes and make you look tired or sleepy. This is caused by weak muscles that are used for opening the eyes, and it can be fixed by creating defined eye lines through ptosis correction.
Incision method will be decided depending on the degree on your skin condition and droopiness.
Non-incisional Ptosis Correction
Making an incision.
Tying a knot in the muscle that opens the eye (the muscle becomes shorter).
Elastic and clear eyes are completed.
Incisional Ptosis Correction
Removing the muscle and fat after making an incision.
Eyelid correction (strengthening the muscle that lifts the eyelids).
Big and clear eyes are completed.
Common side effects such as bleeding and infection may occur post surgery and varies according to each patient.
Ptosis Correction Surgery FAQs
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential complications associated with ptosis correction.
These may include infection, bleeding, scarring, changes in vision, or recurrence of the droopy eyelid.
However, these risks can be minimized by choosing our doctors at Wonderful Plastic Surgery
As the name suggests, it is the difference between making an incision or not.
Personally, Wonderful recommends non-incision ptosis correction for those who have thin skin, don’t hold the double eyelids too big, or who can afford correct eye opening.
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