An episiotomy is a procedure that removes the mongolian folds and widens the width of the eyes to make them appear larger. By removing the mongolian folds, the width of the eyes is widened, making them appear larger, so it is recommended for people whose left and right eyes are far apart, for people who want to eliminate the mongolian folds, and for people who want to have parallel double-exposed eyes.
The scar will be red and hard for some time after the surgery. It usually settles down and becomes very inconspicuous after about three months, but the scars do not disappear completely.
By making an incision on the lower eyelid and removing excess skin, the eye area can be tightened. Sagging of the lower eyelid is not only related to the laxity of the skin, but also to the loosening of the orbicularis oculi muscle, which works when the eyes are closed. At our clinic, we can remove excess skin and at the same time tighten and tauten the orbicularis oculi muscle.
Swelling, swelling, and internal bleeding may occur, but will heal with time.