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Eyebrow Lift

Eyebrow Lift is a cosmetic procedure that elevates brows. It is sometimes referred to as a forehead lift.

Our brows tend to dip lower as we get older. As skin and softer tissues lose elasticity, the distance between the brows and eyelashes narrows.

An Eyebrow Lift can elevate the brows and restore a more youthful, appealing appearance. You should consider a brow lift if you have a low or drooping brow leading to sagging upper eyelids.

Whenever you have a low, drooping, or asymmetrical brow, you may want to consider Mina Plastic Surgery’s Eyebrow Lift.

Preparation

First and foremost, you will consult a plastic surgeon about a brow lift. During your initial appointment, your surgeon will most likely:

  • Examine your medical history.
  • Perform a physical examination.
  • Talk about your expectations.
  • Make plans for assistance during your recovery.

During the procedure

1. Anesthesia

You will be anesthetized to ensure you are comfortable and pain-free during the procedure. Your surgeon will advise you on getting intravenous sedation or general anesthesia.

2. Incision

Eyebrow Lift can be done in a variety of methods. Endoscopes are preferred by some surgeons (a tiny tube with a camera at the end) and specific equipment inserted through small incisions in the hairline. This permits the tissue and muscle beneath the skin to be modified, hence addressing the cause of apparent wrinkles and furrows in the brow.

Eyebrow Lift treatments differ based on the results you want. The technique used by your physician will determine the placement of the incisions and the accompanying scars.

Your surgeon might use one of these techniques:

Coronal Brow Lift

Eyebrow Lift

Treatment is performed to produce a more rejuvenated aspect to the face by removing extra sagging skin over the forehead and rearranging underlying muscle and tissue.

Endoscopic Brow Lift

Eyebrow Lift

A minimally invasive treatment is done while sedated. The surgeon utilizes specialized tools to carefully loosen and lift the brow tissue after creating a series of tiny incisions hidden in the hair.

Hair Brow Lift

Eyebrow Lift

A forehead lift, also known as forehead rejuvenation, is a cosmetic operation that raises brows. By lifting the soft tissue and skin of the forehead and brow, a brow lift enhances the look of the forehead, brow, and the region around the eyes.

3. Closing the incisions

Incisions for Eyebrow Lift are commonly closed with:

  • Sutures that are removable or absorbable
  • Adhesives for the skin
  • Clips of interest

4.Results

Eyebrow Lift

Within a few weeks, swelling and bruising will have subsided, revealing smoother forehead skin and a younger, rested appearance. A brow lift can give you a face forehead lift, reduces wrinkles, improves frown lines, and places the eyebrows in a youthful position with 10 to 12 years of effect via elevating the soft tissue and skin on your brow and forehead. 

Keep in mind that brow lift effects do not persist indefinitely. Your face skin may begin to droop again as you age. Sun exposure could also lead to skin aging.

Completing the procedure

Your forehead may be gently covered to reduce swelling after an Eyebrow Lift. A tiny tube may be inserted along the incision site to drain any extra blood or fluid.  Your surgeon will give you specific advice for caring for your incisions.

In the first several days following a brow lift:

  • Rest with your head up and take pain relievers as prescribed by your doctor.
  • Apply cold compresses to minimize swelling.
  • Avoid putting too much pressure or motion on your incisions.

Irritation, stiffness, and very little pain may occur while your incisions heal, but this should fade over time. If you have bandages on your wounds, your doctor will most likely remove them within one to three days. Sutures are often removed after a few days.

What to Consider?

Eyebrow Lift

Mina Plastic Surgery’s Eyebrow Lift procedure is performed in a hospital or an outpatient surgery center. Thanks to general anesthesia, you’ll generally be comfortable throughout a brow lift, which puts you unconscious.

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Dual Canthoplasty

Lengthen your eyes as far as you like! By selecting the optimal surgical approach based on your eye form and outer corner space, you may maximize the size of the outer part of the eye and get a more satisfactory outcome.

Dual Canthoplasty, which combines Epicanthoplasty with Lateral Canthoplasty, is for patients who desire to optimize the results of the two procedures. Dual Canthoplasty will satisfy you if you have narrow, slanted, stuffy eyes and wish to decrease the pointed glare.

Dual Canthoplasty Features

Dual Canthoplasty can make your eyes look bigger and softer, almost like doll eyes! The eyes will be horizontally enlarged and vertically expanded due to this operation, resulting in a dramatic change. It also softens the look of patients with angular eyes by relocating the inner and outer corners of the eyes.

It also leaves minimal scarring because the incision was made through the skin surface on the eye corners, whereas conventional treatments occasionally left visible scars.

Who should consider Dual Canthoplasty?

Anyone with sagging lower eyelids owing to several conditions, including past eyelid surgery, age, and even paralysis, is a perfect candidate for Canthoplasty. It is generally done in conjunction with eyelid lifts, facelifts, and brow lifts, although it can be done independently.

Process

Step 1: Create a virtual version of your personalized design.

Step 2: Adjust the angle and form of the eyes’ tails.

Step 3: Attach the bottom of the eyes to the inner periosteum.

Step 4: Suture the wound after surgery

  • Time for surgery

thirty minutes

  • Anesthesia

Local Anesthesia

  • Hospitalization

It is not necessary

  • Stitching removal

Approximately one week later

  • Rest period

One week

The Advantages of Dual Canthoplasty

  • There were hardly any post-operative processes.
  • It is possible to resume everyday activities rapidly.
  • Eyes undergo dramatic transformations.

Dual Canthoplasty not only increases the size of your eyes but also improves the harmony of your face and eyes by taking into account the space between the eyes.

As we all know, each person has a unique skin thickness, fat volume, and other makeup, consultation with Mina Plastic Surgery professionals is strongly advised before surgery.

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Lateral Canthoplasty

Lateral Canthoplasty

One of the most different components of human facial attractiveness is the look of the eyelids. Beyond cosmesis, eyelids have a practical purpose and, as such, constitute an inadvertent component of the underlying globe. They shield the planet by acting as curtains.

Furthermore, they contribute to the general health of the ocular surface by distributing the tear film from the lower eyelid tear meniscus to the whole ocular surface, hence contributing to good vision. Any disruption in the eyelids’ normal function and anatomic resting position can harm overall facial cosmesis and potentially induce tissue degradation such as corneal epithelial breakdown, corneal melt, and perforation.

Lateral Canthoplasty is one of the essential oculoplastic surgical procedures for correcting lid defects. Ectropion, entropion, lateral canthal dystopia, horizontal lid laxity, lid border eversion, lid retraction with or without soft tissue deficit, paralytic lagophthalmos, and aesthetic improvement are among the indications.

This surgery is a beneficial adjuvant to lower Blepharoplasty, orbital tumor delivery, and the prevention of some of the entities mentioned above.

What exactly is Lateral Canthoplasty?

Lateral Canthoplasty

More extensive, brighter eyes may significantly improve the face’s overall appearance. This appearance is achievable with the Lateral Canthoplasty cosmetic surgery treatment. The surgeon can generate a more prominent eye shape by lengthening the lateral canthal angle and straightening the elevated outer tail of the eyes using Lateral Canthoplasty.

The canthus, or outside corner of the eye, comprises the lateral canthal tendon. This tendon’s orientation and form dictate how your eye’s lateral (outside) region looks. Your eyes are either:

 

  • Positive slant: An upward and outward tilt of the outer corner.
  • The outer eye is not inclined at a neutral gradient.
  • Negative slope: The outer corner of the eye is angled downward and inward.

 

The lateral canthal tendons are cut and rearranged during canthoplasty to alter the appearance of your eyes. It can also be used with upper or lower Blepharoplasty to treat drooping eyelids.

A professional surgeon must undertake the surgery to guarantee that there is no overcorrection and that the patient does not wind up with an angry or obstinate upper face.

This surgery is recommended for you if you:

  • Have horizontally short eyes
  • Want your eyes to have a gentle and soft form
  • Have keen eyes because the eye tail is too high
  • Have eyes that appear melancholy because the eye tail is too low
  • Have eyelids that are too low or too high, resulting in drowsy or sharp-looking eyes.

It can provide the best possible eye shape for each unique patient. It can increase the size of the eyes and restore harmony between them. Furthermore, threads are sewn around the corners of the eyes, making the threads practically unnoticeable. Threads do not cause any discomfort to the eyes and allow you to return to your regular life rapidly.

What is the eye tail correction?

Lateral Canthoplasty

One of the most common canthoplasty procedures is correcting the eye’s tail. The repair of the ocular bottoms decreases the adverse effects of Lateral Canthoplasty.

Obtaining only this may result in the top and lower sections of the eye tails being linked to one other. The correction of the eye tails reduces this side effect. It also increases the horizontal length of the eyes and makes them appear less acute.

If your eyes are too short or undefined horizontally, or you are dissatisfied with the results of double eyelid surgery, undergoing a canthoplasty may not result in an effective outcome. Correction of the eye tail might be beneficial.

Process

Lateral Canthoplasty

One of the essential procedures in lateral Canthoplasty is reconstructive orbital surgery. The surgeon will use this procedure to extract the whole lateral portion of the eye and rebuild it to the desired eye width. This procedure is frequently performed in combination with lateral eye tilt correction. This is performed by removing the eye’s external component and then reattaching it at a proper height relative to the inner eye corner.

The lateral tilt is also an essential factor in lateral Canthoplasty. The lateral canthus is fixed (anchored) to the lateral orbital rim after surgical division (lateral cantholysis); it is necessary for making a natural facial expression and determining the gender of the patient. A high lateral tilt may give an aggressive indication, but a little shallow angle may create a softer and friendlier aspect. A masculine appearance is indicated by the absence of a tilt or a horizontal lateral aspect.

If such an outer corner of the eye is lower in height than the inner corner, the person seems dull and fatigued. All of these conditions are treatable by lateral Canthoplasty. It is also used to improve the proportion of the color and white parts of the eyes.

An aesthetically pleasing eye appearance is demonstrated by a nice balance between the pigmented iris and the whites of the eye. If the inner eye whites are more visible than the outer eye whites, the individual’s eyes may look shuttered and uninviting. A lateral canthoplasty can address this asymmetry.

Lateral Canthoplasty is an excellent operation for select patients with eyes with a lovely crease but lacking an attractive facial look due to an uncomfortable lateral tilt. The treatment has permanent results, usually combined with double eyelid surgery. The surgeon may perform this treatment in 1-2 hours under local anesthetic with oral sedation. Following the treatment, the wounds will be closed with tiny stitches. Because the operation site is near the eyeball, the surgeon will use soft thread sutures to prevent ocular discomfort.

Recovery

Sutures will be removed about one week following the Lateral Canthoplasty. Most swelling and bruising will go away in about a week, but the remaining node will fade over two to three months.

Benefits of Lateral Canthoplasty

Lateral Canthoplasty

Lateral Canthoplasty surgery has so many advantages that it is one of our patients’ favorite face cosmetic operations, along with upper and lower Blepharoplasty.

  • The following are the benefits and advantages of a canthoplasty:
  • It removes the appearance of tiny, drowsy, narrow, bored, and dull eyes.
  • It widens and draws the eyeballs out.
  • It provides you with a flawless upward slant eye.
  • Adjust the excessive upward tilt in East Asian patients.
  • It makes you appear more alert, vibrant, and self-assured.
  • Assists in the resolution of outer eye difficulties and concerns.

Canthoplasty may be the answer if you’re considering surgery to modify the shape of your eyes.

FAQs

Is it possible for strange forms to emerge or for eyelashes to turn upside down?

There is no way this could happen. It just increases the horizontal length of the eyes and the tail’s angle.

 

What is the distinction between a Lateral Canthoplasty and a Blepharoplasty?

Lateral Canthoplasty is surgery to reshape and correct the corner of the eye. It entails surgically manipulating the “lateral canthal tendon.” Blepharoplasty, on the other hand, is eyelid surgery. It raises and tightens the eyelid without changing the tilt or placement of the eye’s outer corner.

 

Is it possible for the upper and lower eyelids to be connected after the surgery?

The top and lower eyelids are not connected. When people close their eyes, the soft tissues on their eyelids flex, causing the muscles to return to their previous position. This may result in the tail of the eyes receding and seeming shorter in length.

 

Can Lateral Canthoplasty be reversed?

Yes. Several plastic surgical treatments can be used to reverse Canthoplasty. A reverse procedure is performed when there is asymmetry, or the outcome of the Canthoplasty is poor.

 

Does Lateral Canthoplasty increase the size of the eyes?

Yes. Lateral Canthoplasty is a procedure that reshapes the corner of the eyes. It can broaden the corner, revealing more of your eyes and making them appear larger and more robust.

 

Is it necessary to have Lateral Canthoplasty in conjunction with Double Eyelid Surgery?

Lateral Canthoplasty can be performed with or without Double Eyelid surgery. If you want to make your eyes as big as possible, you should have the Double Eyelid surgery, Ptosis Correction, with the Lateral Canthoplasty. On the other hand, it is recommended that you get Double Eyelid surgery and Ptosis Correction simultaneously if you want to make your eyes as huge as feasible.

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Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery

The Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery employs a specifically designed surgical stitch that, when correctly put, produces the most natural appearance. The stitch is a highly durable fabric that does not absorb or disintegrate into the skin’s underlying structure.

The procedure is pinching or invagination of the eyelid skin, creating a noticeable furrow above the eyelid. The suture retains and secures the invigilated hood through a series of passes through the eyelid skin and underlying eyelid tissues.

Depending on the patient’s facial aesthetics, the formation of a double eyelid may make the eye look more prominent, younger, and more attentive and aid in applying the eye makeup. Today, we’ll take a deeper look at a non-surgical procedure used frequently in cosmetic surgery: the non-incisional double eyelid suture technique.

There will be no large incisions or profound tissue harm due to the surgery. As a result, the likelihood of scar development is reduced. Because of its less-scarring outcomes, this surgery is one of the most popular cosmetic operations.

What exactly is Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery?

The non-incisional procedure allows the development of a double eyelid fold without the necessity for an incision; think of it as hemming a pair of pants with stitches rather than cutting. This method is also known as the hidden suture technique.

Patients should be advised that, while this technique does not involve an incision, it necessitates administering a local anesthetic. The entire surgery takes less than an hour, and there is no need for an overnight hospital stay.

South Korea's Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Eyelid Surgery

South Korea is known as the “plastic surgery capital of the world,” You can commonly see people strolling around with bandages on their faces in the streets and malls. Because Koreans have monolid or single eyelids, making the eyes appear tiny, the most frequent surgeries involve the eyelids. South Korea is one of the world’s most popular destinations for cosmetic surgery.

How does the Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery work?

Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery

Before starting eyelid cosmetic surgery, the cosmetic surgeon will mark various spots on the eyelid skin to aid the surgeon. Once the area that defined, the cosmetic surgeon will make tiny punctures on the matching marks. The sutures will be inserted via the holes. Please remember that these sutures are buried behind the skin and will not be apparent to the human eye.

What conditions necessitate the use of the Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery?

Buried suture methods are utilized in wounds with moderate-to-high tension as part of a multilayer closure. Buried sutures offer wound support and relieve stress on wound borders, allowing for a more excellent epidermal approximation of the wound.

It is utilized to remove dead space and as anchor sutures to secure the overlying tissue to the underlying structures. Wounds under much stress may benefit from a subcutaneous inverted cross-mattress stitch (SICM stitch), which may readily mimic such damages via a lateral pulley effect.

How long does Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery recovery take?

Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery

Even though no incisions were made during this operation, patients should expect some of the usual adverse effects of cosmetic surgery, such as slight bruising and swelling. Some people may also have dry eyes and light sensitivity.

However, after two weeks to several months of healing, most patients can resume their usual activities. Keep in mind that everyone recovers at their own pace, and it is less scarring. As a result, you may require more than the indicated recuperation time.

How much is the cost?

The typical cost of cosmetic eyelid surgery ranges from $1,000 to $3,000. That is the average cost of only the surgery. This estimate does not include anesthesia, operating room fees, or associated expenditures, so that the ultimate cost will be exorbitant.

Costs can vary depending on a variety of factors, including:

  • The process type
  • Your physical location
  • What is preoperative testing required?
  • The surgeon and the operating room
  • Medicines on prescription
  • Any difficulties

If you’re getting the procedure because your eyelids interfere with your lashes or eyesight, your insurance may cover it.

Obtaining pre-authorization for the treatment is a brilliant idea. Most insurance, however, does not cover any cosmetic surgery.

What is the recovery time for a Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery?

The recovery time for non-incisional double eyelid surgery ranges from 10 days to two weeks. Swelling and bruises are joint after surgery. After the treatment, your eyes may become moist, sensitive to light, and blurry. If required, your doctor will prescribe drugs to alleviate your discomfort throughout your rehabilitation.

It is also critical to follow your doctor’s post-surgery care recommendations to minimize problems and speed up healing. Following-surgery treatment should include the following:

 

  • Should not wear contact lenses.
  • Avoid applying makeup or skincare to the eye region during the recuperation phase.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.
  • Avoid rubbing or touching the area around your eyes.
  • Return to your doctor’s office for your routine checkup.

Breakthroughs

The classic Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Technique was basic in design and accomplished by applying three fixations. Multiple sutures are used to make entry sites through the skin and link them to the tarsus (or, in some cases, the eye-raising muscle complex). This previous procedure resulted in frequent suture loosening and weak, shallow folds.

The Benefits and Drawbacks of the Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery

Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery

Because the suture approach is less intrusive, the double eyelid surgery should take between 30 minutes and an hour. The suture technique is less invasive, and there is less swelling and a faster recovery period.

Most edema diminishes within a few weeks following suture method double eyelid surgery, and full results were seen in one to three months. There is slight bruising. However, this varies from patient to patient.

The most significant advantages of the suture procedure are that the outcomes are most similar to natural eye folds. The consequences of this procedure are not permanent, which is a downside.

Due to suture loosening, the fold will gradually become smaller and weaker and may vanish using this procedure. Suture rupture is also an uncommon event that necessitates revision surgery.

Other advantages besides Double Eyelid - Non-Incisional Surgery

In addition to establishing a natural double eyelid crease, the non-incisional approach can address the following issues.

  • Asymmetry is proper

Asymmetrical eyelids are frequent among Asians. The non-incisional, less scarring approach can assist in treating moderate crease line asymmetry and is eye-opening. The surgeon stitches the skin to the underlying muscle of the eyelid during the surgery. It helps to promote symmetry in both eyes by ensuring that both sides have an even appearing crease eyes.

  • Make your eyes look brighter and more awake.

People with mono-lid eyes appear tired because of the additional skin and puffiness on their eyelids. The downward pointed eyelashes can also make the eyes appear smaller. Double eyelid surgery can correct the issue and make your eyes appear more defined, alert, and brighter. Suturing the eyelid skin to the muscle raises the eyelid skin somewhat. Sometimes the eyelashes are turned upwards, exposing more of the eyeball. As a result, the eyes look larger and more open.

  • Several crease lines that are neaten

Multiple folds can be produced by fluid imbalance, loose skin, or unequal skin-muscle attachment. The incisional approach evens out the skin-muscle connection to create a smooth crease line, thus reducing the appearance of many folds.

Summary

Double Eyelid Non-Incisional Surgery is a popular procedure to create a double eyelid without excessive risk for scarring. It gives a rejuvenating and bright look to your eyes while creating a natural eyelid crease. The recovery time is short, and you can see final results within a few weeks. The procedure is inexpensive as compared to incisional surgery.

It would be best if you got this therapy done in South Korea because the country’s plastic surgeons are experts in eyelid surgery. You may be confident that your eyes will achieve your desired outcomes because surgeons execute hundreds of eyelid operations each year.

Now that you’re aware of non-incisional double eyelid surgery schedule an appointment at your favorite clinic or Seoul Guide Medical’s website. Be ready to have brighter-looking eyes.

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Fat Grafting

Facial fat grafting is also known as facial fat transfer or lipofilling. The surgery is a cosmetic procedure that moves fat from the thighs and hips to the face area. These transferred adipose tissues have a good blood supply and regenerative capabilities, making them suitable for transplantation.

Patients who age and become dissatisfied with their faces can choose this technique to regain their healthy appearance.

What is Fat Grafting?

Face fat transplants are beauty treatments that make your face look healthy and lively. This procedure can be used for the following objectives: There are scar treatments, facial muscle degeneration treatments, improved lines of wrinkles, unobscured face treatments in other surgeries, and facial treatments due to smoking, post-traumatic scars and acne. However, Fat Grafting is not suitable for diabetics or people with other diseases that generally delay wound healing.

Before Fat Grafting surgery

– The patient consults with the physician about the patient’s treatment area, details, postoperative care, goals, and side effects.

-Physicians reveal medical and drug records.

-It is recommended not to wear makeup or accessories on the day of surgery.

Fat Grafting Procedure

  1. Mark the treatment area with a marker.
  2. Sterilize the fat collected area (thigh and hip area) and the injected area and cover it with a clean cloth.
  3. Local anesthesia paralyzes the site where the fat is accumulated.
  4. Insert a long syringe through an incision to extract fat.
  5. Close incision after fat removal.
  6. Rinse the oil and blood from the extracted fat.
  7. Then refine and slowly inject into the receptacle of the face.

After Fat Grafting Surgery

 -Don’t massage your face. To prevent fat from moving from the treatment area to other areas. This is important to ensure the life of the treatment.

-Compression dressing is applied to prevent fat movement.

-During the first week, edema and bruises can be seen to some extent.

-You have to follow up well for six to eight weeks.

-A waiting period of at least three months is required if multiple operations are performed.

-Inform your doctor if corrections or calibration are required.

-If bleeding occurs or edema continues for more than two weeks, and if infection or other damage occurs, notify your doctor immediately.

Conclusion

Face fat transplants do not last as long as other invasive facial surgeries, but nevertheless, they are the most popular facial rejuvenation technique.

FAQ

- Doctors often fill the target area with a slight excess of fat because it is normal for a certain percentage of cells to not survive. After about six months, the remaining fat cells must form permanently and last a lifetime. But time goes on, and aging happens to everyone.

- Improper treatment may lead to the risk of fatty embolism (a piece of fat entering the bloodstream), infection, clotting, bleeding, fat necrosis, and other serious complications

- There may be visible scars after surgery, but these are temporary. It fades entirely over time.

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Liposuction

Liposuction is a procedure in which fat cells in the body are removed using sound pressure or ultrasound. However, it is vital to maintain a proper diet and exercise because this removed fat is not permanently removed. Keeping your weight and keeping the protocol provided by your doctor will help you stay in shape.

What is Liposuction?

Liposuction is helpful when it is difficult to get the body you want just by losing weight and exercising. 

Liposuction will help you improve the arms, abdomen, hips, chin, and face shape. Other plastic surgeries such as wrinkle removal, chest reduction, and abdominal incision are also be performed with Liposuction sometimes.

The most important thing is to have realistic and healthy goals. The operation is one of the most popular for men and women of all ages to remove excess fat. 

Candidates for Liposuction

The ideal candidates for Liposuction are:

– People with a BMI of at least 30% of their average weight;

-People who have no plans for future pregnancies 

– People who have firm and elastic skin 

Before Liposuction surgery

– Stop smoking. Smoking decreases blood flow in the skin and can slow the healing process. If you smoke, your doctor will recommend that you stop smoking before surgery.

– It is recommended to exercise lightly before surgery for overall health.

– Recommended that the weight client is aiming for doesn’t differ too much from client’s current weight.

– Doctors will perform physical, blood, and radiation tests thoroughly.

Liposuction Procedure

1) Intravenous sedation/general anesthesia

2) Minimum incision of small parts

3) Insert a tube into the cut area and remove fat using a surgical vacuum or syringe.

4) Return home the same day or 24 hours after surgery.

After Liposuction Surgery

 Painkillers and antibiotics will be administered, and pain, swelling, and bruises may appear in about two weeks. Later, the outline of the body will become more evident. Use compression clothes or elastic bandages to reduce swelling.  

A small temporary surgical drain will be placed in the incision during surgery. It is typically removed within 24-48 hours. The patient can perform normal activities after 2 to 3 days and return to work after consulting with the doctor.

Conclusion

Liposuction is a safer and more common operation than other surgeries. It’s also a surgery with a high success rate. It is important to keep in mind the doctor’s recommendations after surgery.

FAQ

Cosmetic surgery is still surgery, so there are some risks. You can help reduce them by ensuring it is done only by a specially trained, board-certified cosmetic surgeon.

There are several possible risks directly related to Liposuction that you still have to consider, including:

There are a few things to be careful about after Liposuction. For example:

Bleeding, anesthesia-induced complications, shock (usually caused by insufficient fluids during surgery), fluid build-up (pouches under the skin), infection (stairs, staphylococcus), fatty embolism (when small pieces of fat fall out and block blood flow), device burns, non-uniform fat removal, response to lidocaine, skin sensation; numb nerves, vascular, abdominal damage

Another risk is blood clots in the veins. It can be very dangerous if the clot moves to other body parts, such as the lungs.

- If not managed as recommended by the doctor after liposuction surgery, new fat cells can accumulate. It usually accumulates in other parts of the body. It is essential to follow the doctor's recommended diet and exercise regularly to stay in shape after surgery.

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Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty is an operation for drooping eyelids. In this procedure, excessive skin, muscle, and fat are removed. It is natural for the muscles that support the eyelids to weaken due to aging. As a result, excessive fat gathers above or below the eyelids, sagging eyebrows and under the eyes, and bags under the eyes.

What is Blepharoplasty?

Bleparoplasty is a procedure to add or remove fat from eyelids.

Upper Bleparoplasty surgery uses incisions to remove skin and fat. Use a method to make creases in eyelids by bringing the skin together with thin thread.

Lower eyelid surgery is an operation that incisions directly under the eyelid or the inside of the eyelid. This is called a transconjuctival apporach. Transconjuctival apporach is accessible to the eyelid without incision, making it suitable for patients who need to remove or add fat. This procedure can be combined with laser resurfacing of eyelid skin to reduce wrinkles.

Upper eyelid access skin and fat can make tired-looking appearances, a heavy-looking eyelids, puffed faces, and can sometimes obscure the upper view. Upper blepharoplasty surgery can be performed to remove excess skin and fat and have a better view.

There is also a lower blepharoplasty that removes excess skin and improves the contour of eyelids. When eyelids need to be tightened to improve drooping eyelids, and laser skin resurfacing can help improve wrinkles and skin texture.

Before Fat Blepharoplasty

Patients should thoroughly check and consult with their doctor about the risk and consequences associated with eye surgery and procedures before the surgery. It is important for patients to follow the pre-operative instructions provided by the doctor before the day of surgery and to follow the instructions given by the doctor after the surgery. Patients can prepare painkillers, gel packs, artificial tears, gauze, and other necessary medications that will be used at home before the surgery.

Intravenous sedatives or general anesthesia will be used.

Blepharoplasty Procedure

If the upper and lower eyelids are operated at the same time, the surgery is usually performed the upper lids. An incision is made along the fold of the eyelid, removing excess skin, muscles, and fat if necessary.

When operating on the lower eyelid, incision is made directly under the eyelashes or inside the lower lid. Excess fat, muscles, or sagging skin will be removed or redistributed and closed the cut.

If the patient’s upper eyelid sags enough to cover the pupil, there is also a way to perform blepharoplasty with PTOIS (Ptosis) surgery, which will help the eyebrow muscles to support more.

After Blepharoplasty Surgery

In the case of Bleparoplasty surgery, the patient’s recovery time is relatively short. The day after surgery, bruises and swelling can occur, but they usually disappear soon. During the first 48 hours, you can use a cool compresses to reduce bruises and swelling around your eyes and face. Walking and light activities can help heal. The thin bandages over the incision will usually be removed in a few days, with threads remaining for about a week.

Most people can go back to their normal activities after about 7 to 10 days after surgery. Two weeks after eyelid surgery, most of the bruises and swelling will be disappeared.

Conclusion

Many people show high satisfaction after receiving eye surgery. The appearance that looks less tired inspires confidence. For some people, the results of the surgery last a lifetime. In some cases, however, there is a possibility of a recurrence of sagging eyelids.

FAQ

- Most people who usually have eyelid surgery are in their 30s or older. However, there is no recommended age for eye surgery, and young patients can also can do it safely. However, plastic surgeons generally recommend surgery at least older than 18 years of age.

- This surgery helps reduce sagging and swelling of eyelids and improves your tired appearance. Doctors also recommend eyelid surgery on patients for medical reasons. However, eyelid surgery is a common but large operation with risks and potential complications.

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Fat Grafting

Facial fat grafting is also known as facial fat transfer or lipofilling. The surgery is a cosmetic procedure that moves fat from the thighs and hips to the face area. These transferred adipose tissues have a good blood supply and regenerative capabilities, making them suitable for transplantation.

Patients who age and become dissatisfied with their faces can choose this technique to regain their healthy appearance.

What is Fat Grafting?

Face fat transplants are beauty treatments that make your face look healthy and lively. This procedure can be used for the following objectives: There are scar treatments, facial muscle degeneration treatments, improved lines of wrinkles, unobscured face treatments in other surgeries, and facial treatments due to smoking, post-traumatic scars and acne. However, Fat Grafting is not suitable for diabetics or people with other diseases that generally delay wound healing.

Before Fat Grafting surgery

– The patient consults with the physician about the patient’s treatment area, details, postoperative care, goals, and side effects.

-Physicians reveal medical and drug records.

-It is recommended not to wear makeup or accessories on the day of surgery.

Fat Grafting

Fat Grafting Procedure

  1. Mark the treatment area with a marker.
  2. Sterilize the fat collected area (thigh and hip area) and the injected area and cover it with a clean cloth.
  3. Local anesthesia paralyzes the site where the fat is accumulated.
  4. Insert a long syringe through an incision to extract fat.
  5. Close incision after fat removal.
  6. Rinse the oil and blood from the extracted fat.
  7. Then refine and slowly inject into the receptacle of the face.

After Fat Grafting Surgery

 -Don’t massage your face. To prevent fat from moving from the treatment area to other areas. This is important to ensure the life of the treatment.

-Compression dressing is applied to prevent fat movement.

-During the first week, edema and bruises can be seen to some extent.

-You have to follow up well for six to eight weeks.

-A waiting period of at least three months is required if multiple operations are performed.

-Inform your doctor if corrections or calibration are required.

-If bleeding occurs or edema continues for more than two weeks, and if infection or other damage occurs, notify your doctor immediately.

Conclusion

Face fat transplants do not last as long as other invasive facial surgeries, but nevertheless, they are the most popular facial rejuvenation technique.

FAQ

- Doctors often fill the target area with a slight excess of fat because it is normal for a certain percentage of cells to not survive. After about six months, the remaining fat cells must form permanently and last a lifetime. But time goes on, and aging happens to everyone.

- Improper treatment may lead to the risk of fatty embolism (a piece of fat entering the bloodstream), infection, clotting, bleeding, fat necrosis, and other serious complications

- There may be visible scars after surgery, but these are temporary. It fades entirely over time.

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Corset Platysmaplasty

There are various procedures for neck rejuvenation. Less invasive procedures, such as kibella or chin liposuction, may be performed if the skin is in good condition and the appearance is unsatisfactory.

However, if your skin is not in good condition due to aging of the throat, a complete operation is recommended. For example, neck lifting or plasma plastic surgery will be a good procedure. Most of the surgery still has more female customers, but male customers are also gradually using the procedure for their outlined neck and jawlines.

What is Corset Platysmaplasty?

The platysma is a thin, wide muscle layer and is located on both sides of the neck. It is divided into sides with a middle line. As you age, the elasticity of the tissue fibers that connect the platysma and the skin naturally begins to decline. This causes various changes in appearance, including double chin and loose neck skin.

Platysmoplasty means rebuilding neck muscles, and Corset Platysmoplasty is different from other neck lifting. This is because it focuses on tightening the weakest muscles, platysma, located under the chin.

Candidates for Corset Platysmaplasty

If you are in good health and non-smoker, you are the best person for the procedure. Also, neck sagging is likely caused by aging, but it can be a result of too much weight loss or simply heredity.

People who have sagging necks or wrinkles and cannot separate necks and jaws can be helped with neck lifting procedures.

Corset Platysmaplasty

Corset Platysmaplasty Procedure

The most suspended person for surgery is a non-smoker in good health. Also, it may be that you suddenly gain weight too rapidly or that your throat is sagging because of heredity. The technique used in surgery is similar to the method of tying a woman’s corset. Helps with tight, smooth neck and jaw appearance. The surgery is complicated and time consuming, but it allows the patient to achieve natural, beautiful, and long-term results.

Due to the nature of this surgical technique, the patient may feel tight in the neck early after surgery. This sensation is completely normal and will gradually improve. If you follow the doctor’s recommendation well after surgery, you will be able to recover well without difficulty.

After Corset Platysmaplasty Surgery

Symptoms of bruising or swelling may occur around the patient’s jaw, ears and neck after surgery. However, it subsides within a day or two after the procedure. Surgery results appear immediately after surgery. And this will continue to improve the next one to three months.

Conclusion

Corset platysmaplasty can also be performed in conjunction with other operations. Facial wrinkle improvement surgery, jaw implants, nose surgery, and skin resurfacing procedures are usually performed together.

FAQ

- Platysma muscle manipulation is common during neck lifting surgery. But the way it is is different.

In regular neck lifts, the signboard is horizontally positioned, making it relatively simple to handle tissue. The neck-lift surgery for subcutaneous squamous bone formation is to tighten by pulling around the muscles.

 This process tightens the squamous root to help form a better contour.

- Most patients need drainage on the first night after Corset Platysmaplasty plastic surgery. It is important to manage drainage and recover quickly according to the doctor's recommendation. It can be swollen or bruised for more than a week. Two weeks after surgery, most patients recover and work enough to perform regular activities. However, it is also recommended to wait up to three weeks.

Also, it is recommended not to do strenuous exercise or activities for 4 to 6 weeks.

Liposuction

Liposuction

Liposuction is a procedure in which fat cells in the body are removed using sound pressure or ultrasound. However, it is vital to maintain a proper diet and exercise because this removed fat is not permanently removed. Keeping your weight and keeping the protocol provided by your doctor will help you stay in shape.

What is Liposuction?

Liposuction is helpful when it is difficult to get the body you want just by losing weight and exercising. 

Liposuction will help you improve the arms, abdomen, hips, chin, and face shape. Other plastic surgeries such as wrinkle removal, chest reduction, and abdominal incision are also be performed with Liposuction sometimes.

The most important thing is to have realistic and healthy goals. The operation is one of the most popular for men and women of all ages to remove excess fat. 

Candidates for Liposuction

The ideal candidates for Liposuction are:

– People with a BMI of at least 30% of their average weight;

-People who have no plans for future pregnancies 

– People who have firm and elastic skin 

Liposuction

Before Liposuction surgery

– Stop smoking. Smoking decreases blood flow in the skin and can slow the healing process. If you smoke, your doctor will recommend that you stop smoking before surgery.

– It is recommended to exercise lightly before surgery for overall health.

– Recommended that the weight client is aiming for doesn’t differ too much from client’s current weight.

– Doctors will perform physical, blood, and radiation tests thoroughly.

Liposuction Procedure

1) Intravenous sedation/general anesthesia

2) Minimum incision of small parts

3) Insert a tube into the cut area and remove fat using a surgical vacuum or syringe.

4) Return home the same day or 24 hours after surgery.

After Liposuction Surgery

Painkillers and antibiotics will be administered, and pain, swelling, and bruises may appear in about two weeks. Later, the outline of the body will become more evident. Use compression clothes or elastic bandages to reduce swelling.  

A small temporary surgical drain will be placed in the incision during surgery. It is typically removed within 24-48 hours. The patient can perform normal activities after 2 to 3 days and return to work after consulting with the doctor.

Conclusion

Liposuction is a safer and more common operation than other surgeries. It’s also a surgery with a high success rate. It is important to keep in mind the doctor’s recommendations after surgery.

FAQ

Cosmetic surgery is still surgery, so there are some risks. You can help reduce them by ensuring it is done only by a specially trained, board-certified cosmetic surgeon.

There are several possible risks directly related to Liposuction that you still have to consider, including:

There are a few things to be careful about after Liposuction. For example:

Bleeding, anesthesia-induced complications, shock (usually caused by insufficient fluids during surgery), fluid build-up (pouches under the skin), infection (stairs, staphylococcus), fatty embolism (when small pieces of fat fall out and block blood flow), device burns, non-uniform fat removal, response to lidocaine, skin sensation; numb nerves, vascular, abdominal damage

Another risk is blood clots in the veins. It can be very dangerous if the clot moves to other body parts, such as the lungs.

- If not managed as recommended by the doctor after liposuction surgery, new fat cells can accumulate. It usually accumulates in other parts of the body. It is essential to follow the doctor's recommended diet and exercise regularly to stay in shape after surgery.