Eyes are the focal point of vision, making ทําตา 2 ชั้น surgery has always been a topic of great interest to everyone. However, double eyelid surgery is not as simple and simple as expected, and there may be some complications. Let us remind you a few about double eyelids through the lazy bag. The focus of surgery.

There are various methods of double eyelid surgery, each with its advantages.

Double eyelid surgery can be roughly divided into two categories, one is "incision" and the other is "suturing". The difference between the two is mainly the size of the incision.

"Double eyelid cutting" is to make an arc-shaped incision in the upper eyelid, remove a proper amount of orbital fat, and then close the wound. "Sewing double eyelids" also requires local anesthesia and skin incision, but the incision is small. The doctor removes part of the orbital fat through several smaller incisions, and then sutures the dermis and the eyelid plate. This is a minimally invasive type of small incision. surgery. So, the so-called "no trace" refers to "small wounds", not "no wounds at all."

There are many changes between "double eyelid" and "double eyelid". The doctor will first evaluate the actual condition of each person's age, eyelid thickness, and skin sagging, and then take appropriate measures. It is not difficult to understand that the "double eyelid" has a larger incision, which can handle looser and thicker eyelids. It can also be adjusted for eye shape. The double eyelid crease is more obvious and can be maintained for a long time, but the recovery period is longer. The "double eyelid" has a smaller incision, and the advantage is that the recovery period is shorter, but the double eyelid crease may not be so obvious, and the crease cannot be maintained for that long. Because everyone's eyelid condition is very different, not everyone is suitable for "double eyelid".

What are the common complications of double eyelid surgery?

Since it is an operation, there may be complications. The possible complications of double eyelid surgery include subcutaneous hematoma and wound infection. Under normal conditions, a small amount of subcutaneous hematoma will be gradually absorbed by the tissues without causing serious problems. The wound just after the operation must be taken care of to reduce the chance of wound infection. If an infection occurs, return to the clinic immediately and receive treatment as soon as possible.

After a period of time after the operation, after the eyelids are swollen, some common complications may be seen, such as asymmetry of the double eyelids on both sides. There are many reasons for the asymmetry of the double eyelids; the crease may not be smooth, or it may be too wide or excessive Narrow; creases may gradually become shallower and disappear. Some of the complications are related to scars. Some people have more obvious scars due to physical condition. Because part of the orbital fat is removed, some people have sunken eyes. In addition, some are relatively rare complications, such as incomplete eye closure or corneal damage. If you encounter these conditions, you can theoretically make adjustments.

What conditions need another operation?

The consideration of the need for re-operation is mainly to see whether the double eyelids have reached the expected goal, including asymmetry, width, scars, depression and other conditions, it is possible to re-operation. Doctors usually wait until the recovery period is over before carefully assessing the need for another operation. Different conditions will be dealt with at different points in time. Generally speaking, they will wait for the scar to be more mature and stable and will not affect the operation.

After double eyelid surgery, the focus of wound care is very important. It is important to keep the wound clean. Most doctors will prescribe ointments and teach the correct way of care. Double eyelid wounds are "cleaning wounds". It is relatively simple to take care of. You can change the dressing at home by yourself. First, clean the wound with saline and cotton swabs, and then apply ointment. There may be some blood or secretions in the wound just after the operation, and it should be cleaned every day. Don't let the wound get stuck with a thick layer of scab, which will not only affect the stitch removal, but also the subsequent scar formation.

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