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The burial method is a double eyelid surgery method without an incision in the skin. It is a surgical method that has a shorter recovery period and is natural compared to a surgical method through an incision in the skin. The burial method, commonly referred to as "squeezing," creates double eyelids by tying the eyelid tissue along two or three small incisions along the designed line. Since the burial method is performed through a fine groove, there are almost no scars, and it is fixed firmly using a thread at the correct point, so there is almost no probability of double eyelid loosening.
Advantages and disadvantages of the burial method
When there is not much fat on the eyelids and the skin is thin
If eyes are not sagging, but small
If there are double eyelids, but often loosen (when the eyes are swollen, etc.)
When the sizes of both double eyelids are asymmetric
Check the knot point
Pass the needle with the thread through the point
Elaborately tie knots
Fix the eyes
About 30 minutes
day after surgery