People who have small eyes are usually born with drooped eyes, or inability to open one’s eyes upon aging. The medical term for this phenomenon is known as “blepharoptosis”. Blepharoptosis occurs through the following: 30% genetics and 70% are acquired over time. In order to diagnose blepharoptosis, the strength of muscle (levator) when opening eyes is to be tested. Blepharoptosis, which means that eyelids cover the eyes, is recommended to be corrected as soon as possible because it not only interferes with daily life but also gives others a bad impression. Blepharoptosis over long periods may have a bad effect on eyesight.
Small eyes due to genetically drooped eyelids
Eyes that experience difficulty opening due to aging
Half- closed eyes due to the weakened eyelid muscle
The advantage of Non-incision Eyelid Ptosis Correction
There is no scarring because there is no incision.
As surgery time is very short, there is less swelling and faster recovery.
Natural lines of double eyelids are formed like the burial method.