Tuesday, March 19, 2019

How do surgery scars look after surgery?

People are really concerned out how their post-surgery scars will look...and that may be enough to scare someone from having surgeries.



With this post, we will show all of the surgery scars as they heal so you will know what to expect.

Click here to check out this post.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Echo's 1 year FFS results at ID Hospital


Echo had her FFS procedures at ID Hospital Korea in 2017 and 2018. We interviewed her to check her progress.



She had some interesting things to say about her experience with surgery.

If you are planning to have your FFS in Korea, then her interview is a Must-see.

Click here to read more.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Healing process for liposuction




Liposuction differs from other surgeries because post-surgery routine dictates how successful your surgery results will be.

On this post, we put together the recovery process for liposuction along with tips to help you heal quickly.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Prepare for your surgery day before coming to Korea




Preparing for surgery before coming to Korea

Do not get overwhelmed at the thought of having surgery in Korea.

We have a detailed guide for you to prepare yourself.

Read more on this post here.


What to eat after plastic surgery in Korea?





Anyone going to another country to have surgery will definitely be worried about what to eat after.

Especially if they have to stay for 2 weeks in a new country.

Don't worry!



In this post, we give you all the information about what you should and should not eat while recovering from plastic surgery in Korea!

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Healing process for forehead reduction process


One of our most requested posts is the healing process for forehead reduction surgery.




Forehead reduction surgery is used to lower the hairline, therefore decreasing the forehead height.

Compared to other facial contouring surgeries, the recovery is faster.



To read the whole post, click here!

Friday, December 14, 2018

How to look younger with under eye surgeries

The under eye area is one of the key indicators of aging.   

As you get older, the collagen production reduces, the skin thins or sags and eye bags start to show. 

Contrary to popular belief, there is no one surgery that will suit everyone.   

Depending on the actual symptoms, skin elasticity, fat, and collagen, the recommended surgery will differ.




To give you a better idea of each surgery’s function, let’s look at four different cases that deal with the under eye area.

All the below surgeries require a week’s stay in Korea (post-surgery). 

Major swelling and bruising take 1-2 weeks and minor swelling takes 3-6 months.  


Under eye fat graft


  A fat graft is a procedure by which fat is extracted from the abdomen or thigh area, and used to add volume to areas of the face.   




This surgery benefits anyone who has hollow under eye area. The fat is used to fill out the sunken areas and this, in turn, will make anyone look younger.  


Under eye fat repositioning


For this type of case, the inner parts of the under eye area appears to be hollow yet there are visible under eye bags. 




An under eye fat repositioning surgery takes the fat from the under eye fat pockets and repositions the fat evenly under the eye, and smoothens out the under eye area.  


Under eye bag removal


For this type of case, the under eye bags are prominent, yet there is no visible sunken area under the eyes. 




The fat deposits under the eye can be removed to make the under eye area smooth.  


Lower blepharoplasty


  This surgery is for anyone in their 40s or 50s. The under eye bags are very visible and there is considerable saggy in the under eye area.




An incision is made in the lower part of the eye, excess fat and skin are removed and the skin is lifted to make the under eye area smooth.   


Hope this post helped to clarify the different surgical procedures for the under eye area but if you have any questions or would like an online consultation, click here.