This is a patient who has only received the burial method at another hospital. . I came to the hospital with the desire to improve the impression that the left and right eyes are wide. . We proposed to reduce the Mongolian folds by incising the inner corner of the eye and change the direction to bring the eyes a little closer. . In addition, we decided to reapply the burial method to create a clearer double layer. . . [Postoperative] The double is clearer, and the incision in the inner corner of the eye makes it a clean parallel double. . The incision in the inner corner of the eye eliminated the Mongolian folds and made the eyes larger inward. . It gave me a beautiful and mature impression! . The scars are clean and the swelling is almost improved. .
The burial method does not use a scalpel, but sew the levator palpebra muscle and the skin in a few places to make it double. Since it is embedded in the back of the skin, the thread cannot be seen from the outside.
Surgery to remove the skin of the upper eyelid that covers the eyes. The skin that covers your eyes is said to be Mongolian folds and is unique to Asians. Therefore, if the Mongolian pleats are not stretched, it is unlikely that the eye impression will change significantly with the oculotomy.