About “slack of upper eyelids” and “double eyelid operation without cutting”

We see that there are more people advanced with sagging of the upper eyelids with age. There are various ways to improve the slack of the upper eyelids. Ultimately it may be necessary to remove extra skin and make it clearer. However, there are problems with the recovery period, so in many cases, people who choose methods that do not rely on cutting surgery are increasing. There is also lifting by laser, but we will write about double eyelids that will not cut today, sagging by our original DST method.

The DST method is a method of fixing three points using two special buried threads used for blood vessel suturing and the like. It has a strong anchoring force and is suitable for lifting up a drooping eyelid. Design for lift-up and treat with local anesthesia. Details of treatment are on the double eyelid’s page of this homepage, but since it is not an incision method, swelling is small and you can feel lift-up effect promptly. This method has no age restriction and can be used by people in their 80s and also for Caucasian patients with advanced sagging.

Board certification

In the US, we call the plastic surgeon specialist “Board Certified in Plastic Surgery” or “Board Certified Plastic Surgeon”.

The word “Board Certified” has a special resonance, which is used to think that everyone in the United States understands its meaning. It is an idiomatic expression. Even in television and other media, scenes like “Is your doctor board certified?” Are often heard, and it is thought that whether you have this title is the first step to judge whether it is a reliable specialist or not.

By the way, in the US, in the place of postgraduate education, the choice of course is not free, past results and appraisal are greatly concerned. In general, it is said that it is the narrowest gate to go to brain surgery and plastic surgery among surgical systems and surgical systems, and the word “Board certified Plastic Surgeon” has a special sound in such a meaning I think there is.

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