Eye Revision Surgery
Wonderful Revision Eye surgery carefully analyzes the cause of the first surgery's failure and selects the most appropriate revision surgery method considering the current eye condition.
Types of Eye Revision Surgery
Thick and Swollen Double Eyelid Creases
High Position of Double Eyelid Creases
Thin Double Eyelid Creases
Aging-Induced Droopy Eyelids
Asymmetric Double Eyelid Creases
Loose Double Eyelid Creases
Before & After
Common side effects such as bleeding and infection may occur post surgery and varies according to each patient.
Eye Revision Surgery FAQs
After the initial surgery, it is recommended that you wait at least six months (after the scar has healed and the tissues have stabilized) before considering revision surgery.
It is recommended that patients who have had multiple revision surgeries wait at least one year before considering another.
In some cases, surgery should be performed within two weeks before the scar becomes raised and hard.
Yes, it is possible. If the eyelid tissue or skin is still present, the scarred area is cut and sutured to correct the double eyelid line and operate.
Our doctors’ professional and accurate judgment is required to avoid removing too much tissue, Wonderful recommends consulting with our specialized medical team who are experienced in reoperation before deciding.
Even if the double eyelid surgery was initially performed via incision, reoperation via a non-incisional method is possible.
However, if the skin is too stretched or thick, or if the scar from the incision is very severe, reoperation with this method may not be possible; to see if this is possible or not, Wonderful recommends arranging for a face-to-face consultation.
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