Ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery is highly recommended for its safety and outstanding effectiveness. It is the combination of cosmetic techniques as well as ophthalmologist’s understanding of the eye anatomy that helps the surgery be accurate and achieve high aesthetics. It is also ensuring long-term safety for the eyes, meeting the demand for improved eye blemishes and bringing a radiant, symmetrical and harmonious beauty to the face as a whole.
- Strabismus surgery: a procedure to treat congenital strabismus, functional strabismus, paralytic strabismus caused by injury. It is performed through cosmetic incision without any scar left.
- Lacrimal drainage surgery: a procedure for canalicular laceration repair.
- Dacryocystorhinostomy: a procedure for treatment of blocked tear duct, puncta stenosis, prolapsed lacrimal glands .
- Ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery: a procedure to form double eyelid, mini deep eyelid; remove excess skin; remove upper and lower ptosis; correct large distance between the inner canthi; fix droopy eyebrows; inject Botulinum toxin (Botox) to treat essential blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, and remove wrinkles.
- Eyelid pathology surgery: to treat eyelid ptosis, eyelid retraction, lagophthalmos, eyelid skin prolapse, eyelid scar, eyelid tumor, congenital or age-related entropion.
- Orbital pathology surgery: a procedure to deal with orbital tumor, orbital fracture, herniated orbital fat.
- Pterygium surgery: a procedure to remove the abnormal tissue (benign conjunctiva growths) from the sclera and cornea of the eye, combined with a graft of associated membrane tissue and application of mitosis inhibitor (Mitomycin C), etc. in order to prevent pterygium from reoccurring.
- Correction of ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive procedure errors which cause eyelid prolapse, lagophthalmos or uneven eyes, serious deformations affecting function and aesthetics of the eyelid area.
- Surgery to remove pigmented conjunctiva tumor, yellow tumor: to bring aesthetic beauty to the eyes.
Here is the list of what you SHOULD and SHOULD NOT do before your surgery:
- Eat breakfast normally on the day of surgery (except for those with diabetes).
- Do not use alcohol or stimulants before the surgery.
- Continue using your prescription drugs if any.
- Do not make up and use cosmetics, keep your eyes and face clean on the day of surgery.
- Do not wear tight pullovers or shirts made of fur.
- Do not wear items such as jewelry, watches or hairpins into the operating room.
- Get enough sleep and stay comfortable before the day of surgery
- Do not drive by yourself on the day of surgery
You will get your surgery and discharged on the same day. Then, you can perform normal activities after about 3-5 days, and also follow the post-operative instructions:
- Have periodic follow-up visits as indicated
- Clean eyes as instructed by the medical officers
- Take the medicine fully as directed
- Limit the amount of water and dirt to get into the wound in the first 3-5 days after surgery
- Avoid rubbing, scratching your eyes when the wound has not been recovered yet
Performed by ophthalmologists with knowledge in ophthalmology, combined with plastic and reconstructive techniques, our surgeries ensure a high aesthetics and long-term safety for your eyes. Mid-surgical and plastic and reconstructive surgeons are highly trained and regularly update new techniques in eye plastic and reconstructive aspects to make their surgery process smooth and precise.
Specialized surgical machines and instruments
The ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive and medium surgeries at the Japan International Eye Hospital are performed under a system of specialized microscopies and instruments, which are separate for each patient.
Quick, strict and professional procedure
Our rigorous and thorough pre-operative examination process, which meets the Japanese standards, enables us to define the best treatment for your eye and also meets your aesthetic requirements. We deliver a comprehensive care service, supporting you throughout your surgery. You can visit us for an examination or surgery alone. Convenient procedure, minimizing waiting time in all examination steps.
*Note: The treatment performances may vary depending on the physical conditions/ natural disposition of each person. You should get examination and advice as well as direct instructions by your doctor before making a decision for any surgery or procedure.