APGUJEONGYK
PLASTIC SURGERY
Non-Incisional Ptosis Correction

※Recovery time, hospital admission
and visiting for treatment schedule
may vary among individuals.

  • Operation time
    30 minutes
  • Method of
    anesthesia
    Partial
    anesthesia
  • Hospital
    admission stay
    unnecessary
  • Suture removal
    unnecessary
  • Visiting for
    treatment
    1 time
  • Recovery time
    about 1 week

What is Non-Incisional Ptosis Correction?

It is a surgical method to allow covered or drowsy eyes to have a normal eye opening. It is done by pulling the eye-opening muscles (the levator palpebrae superior muscle and Müller's muscle) by approaching from the conjunctiva. It allows proper transfer of eye-opening strength.

This is a complementary method to overcome the disadvantage of conventional incisional ptosis correction. Its characteristics are almost no scar or swelling after surgery as well as fast recovery.
Incisional ptosis correction is needed in cases where skin drooping requires skin incision.

Cases requiring Non-Incisional Ptosis Correction

01
Cases with drowsy eyes
02
Cases with brow wrinkles when a patient opens
his/her eyes
03
Cases with asymmetric sizes of both eyes with a big difference
04
Cases with droopy eyelids or inadequate opening of the eyes due to aging
05
Cases where eyelids cover the pupils even in a state
of comfortable eye opening

The Advantages of Non-Incisional Ptosis Correction at Apgujeong YK Plastic surgery Clinic

01
Recovery time is short due to almost no swelling or scars.
02
Ptosis correction is possible without performing double eyelid surgery
03
Eye revision surgery and asymmetric eyes correction are possible.
04
A patient may have a clean definitive shape of their eyes.
05
Forehead wrinkles can be prevented.

The Non-Incisional ptosis - Surgical Procedure

The incisional method

The Non-Incisional ptosis

The two surgical methods look similar, but are different. The incisional method connects the muscle and the skin, but the non-incisional ptosis correction connects the skin, muscle and the tarsal plates for the strength to open the eyes.

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