Revision eye surgery
What is an revision eye surgery?
An revision eye surgery designs more attractive and natural-looking eyes and it will heals your heart!
After eye surgery, some patients experience an unnatural eye shape or other functional difficulties due to unsatisfactory results or asymmetrical eyes. In this case, many of them consider a re-operation for different reasons. A re-operation should be carefully conducted in order to avoid a second or third re-operation. A re-operation should improve upon the unsatisfactory results of the previous surgery and may cause unexpected problems during surgery. Therefore, well-experienced and skilled medical professionals should conduct a re-operation.
Proper time of an revision eye surgery
An revision eye surgery cannot be conducted anytime and whenever you want. We recommend patients to have a re-operation on the incision site at least six months after the previous surgery and at least three months later if the surgical site is still swollen. In case of a patient who underwent blepharoptosis correction, he or she may be able to have a re-operation one to two weeks after the previous surgery. In other cases, we recommend patients to have a re-operation after the eye tissue is stabilized, generally three to six months after the previous surgery.
02. Revision canthoplasty