Canthoplasty

Canthoplasty

Creating larger eyes by
revealing 1mm of hidden space

What is Canthoplasty?

Eyes with short width or inner part covered by epicanthus are fixed with canthoplasty.
There are different types of canthoplasty including epicanthoplasty, lateral canthoplasty, and later hotz. If one canthoplasty doesn’t give you satisfying effect, you can have more than two types of canthoplasty to create larger eyes.

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Epicanthoplasty

Removes epicanthal fold to fix the eye lines.
It removes the fold that makes the distance between eyes look wide, and your eyes will look larger.

Lengthened horizontal width for larger eyes
Frontal angle adjusted for softer image
Detailed incisions and no scar
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Lateral Canthoplasty

Incision is made at the tail of your eye to removes the skin and conjunctiva.
Lateral angle is adjusted for more refined and softer image.

Extended width + lateral angle adjusted
Prevention of adhesion
Incisions on the inner part, no scars
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Lateral Hotz

Lowering the lateral part through conjunctiva
Operated for those with narrow distance between eyes, narrow lateral side, and slanted eye tail. There is no visible scar after the surgery.

Softer image with adjusted angle on the eye tail
Lateral side lowered for large eyes with dimensional look
Incisions on inner conjunctiva, no scars left

Benefits of Canthoplasty

1. Canthoplasty that changes your image

Angle of lateral corner is adjusted beyond lengthening the width to create eyes with dimensional look.

2. Eyes with ideal ratio

Every element such as the width of eyes and space between eyes are considered to make ideal eyes.

3. Surgical method that doesn’t make any visible scar

Since detailed incisions are made, there isn’t any visible scar, and it minimizes skin adhesion.

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Surgery Information

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Surgery time

30 minutes

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Anesthesia

Local anesthesia

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Hospitalization

Not required

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Removal of stitches

About 7 days after

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Recovery time

1 week

※ Alert: Common side effects such as bleeding and infection may occur post surgery and varies according to each patient so careful attention is needed.

Before and After Photos