Dr. Lee Hye Kyung completed her medical degree at Ewah Women’s University Medical School and her training in anaesthesiology at Severance Hospital and UCLA Medical School in the United States.
She is a member of the Korean Society of Anaesthesiology, Korean Society of Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, and Korean Society of Chiropractic Pain Medicine Research.
JW Plastic Surgery is conveniently located in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea. Its services include advanced skin care, anti-ageing treatments, and plastic surgery for the face and body. It caters to both local and international patients and serves as a training facility for plastic surgeons abroad.
Acellular Dermal Matrix (ADM)
Body Contouring Surgery - Abdomen (Love Handle)
Body Contouring Surgery - Arms
Body Contouring Surgery - Back (Includes Love Handle)
Body Contouring Surgery - Back Side of Love Handle
Body Contouring Surgery - Calf
Body Contouring Surgery - Hip
Body Contouring Surgery - Love Handle
Body Contouring Surgery - Thighs
Body Contouring Surgery - Whole Body
Botox: Armpit Hyperhydrosis
Botox: Calf Contouring
Botox: Eye Rim
Breast Augmentation - Anatomic
Breast Augmentation - Motiva
Breast Augmentation - Round Implant
Breast Augmentation - Round Implants
Breast Reduction, or known in medical terms as a reduction mammoplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure performed to reduce the size of the breast, increase firmness, and reduce the dark skin surrounding the nipple. The procedure involves removing skin and tissue from the breast. If required, the surgeon may also reposition the nipple and areola. If the breast has excessive amounts of fat, liposuction can be performed as well. In some cases, liposuction alone can result in a good breast reduction procedure. Once the incisions have been closed, the patient will need some time to recover. The patient will only be able to perform heavy activities after a month of recuperation.
Breast Reduction (Inverted T)
Breast Reduction (Periareola)
Breast Reduction (Vertical Incision)
Breast Surgery Combination
Buccal Fat Removal
Buccal Fat Pads are located at the lower area of the cheeks. In some people, these pads are very prominent resulting in a “baby-face” or “chipmunk-face” appearance. Buccal Fat Removal is a cosmetic surgery procedure that removes a certain amount of fat from the fat pads on both cheeks. The procedure can be performed under local or general anaesthesia. Once the anaesthetic takes effect, the surgeon will make an incision inside the mouth near the second molar. The buccal fat pads are pushed out and an equal amount of fat is removed from both cheeks. Once completed, the incisions are closed and the patient will be able to recover within a couple of days.
Cheek Dimples Surgery
Cosmetic Surgery For Men - Gynecomastia
Dermal Filler (Restylane)
Double Eyelid Surgery: Incision Method
Double Eyelid Surgery: Non-Incision Method
Double Eyelid Surgery: Partial Incision Method
Double Eyelid Surgery: Revision
Double Jaw Surgery
Facial Bone Contouring (Implant Removal)
Facial Bone Contouring (Revision)
Fat Graft - Full Face (1st Session)
Fat Graft - Full Face (2nd Session)
Fat Graft on Upper Eyelid (1st Session)
Fat Graft on Upper Eyelid (2nd Session)
Filler - Cleviel
Filler - Princess
Forehead Lifting (Endotine)
Harvest Jet (1st Session)
Harvest Jet (2nd Session)
Hip-Up (Fat Transplantation)
Inverted Nipple Correction
Lateral Canthoplasty (+Lateral Hot'z)
Lip reduction or cheiloplasty is a surgical procedure designed to reduce the size of abnormally large or protruding lips. This procedure is performed under IV or local anesthesia. The procedure, which can also be performed under oral sedation, is performed in a sterile environment. The plastic surgeon will start by creating incision on the inside of the mouth to remove tissues in order to reduce the size of the lips before suturing the incision closed. Lip reduction on upper and lower lip can be performed at the same time.
Love Band (Alloderm)
Lower Blepharoplasty (Non-Incision)
Lowering Down High Fold
Mandibular Angle Reduction
Mastopexy (Inverted T)
Mentoplasty (Wrinkle Removal)
Minimal Access Cranial Suspension (MACS)
A MACS (Minimal Access Cranial Suspension) Facelift or Rytidectomy is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is a great alternative to traditional facelift methods. The procedure involves creating short incisions in front of the ears before the underlying tissues are tightened using sutures. Excess facial fat is then removed through liposuction. A MACS facelift is preferred over traditional facelift methods because it is safer and minimally invasive. The chances of damaging nerves are significantly decreased in this procedure. In addition, it offers a more naturally looking result. Full recovery is expected within 2 to 3 weeks.
Neck Line Liposuction
Using advanced art of cosmetic surgery with the aid of the most modern medical technology, the procedure is performed by removing the excess areola tissues under light sedation. Nipple reduction, which is designed to improve the appearance of droopy, long, or large nipples to enhance the overall appearance of the breasts and which do not results in visible scarring, is typically done in combination with other breast surgeries.
Noble Surgery (Implant)
Nose Bone Fracture Surgery
Permanent Fillers Artefill
Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment
Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment is designed to relieve the pain without the use of anaesthetics or surgery. It involves taking out the platelet layer of the patient’s own blood, which growth factor is used to naturally heal body tissues. This is then injected into the injured area or where the pain radiates from. The procedure, which is proven to naturally stimulate the immune system, is extremely popular with physically active individuals particularly athletes.
Protruded Mouth Correction - Anterior Segmental Osteotomy (ASO)
Ptosis Correction (Incision)
Ptosis Correction (Non-Incision)
Ptosis Correction (Partial Incision)
Ptosis Correction (Revision)
Removal of Silicone Implant
Rhinoplasty + Tip Plasty (Standard)
Rhinoplasty - Nose Bridge Surgery
Stem Cell Therapy
Thread Lifting (PDO)
A Tummy Tuck, technically known as an Abdominoplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure that reduces the amount of belly fat and tightens the abdominal muscles. The surgeon will first decide on whether a complete or partial abdominoplasty is required. A complete or full tummy tuck involves both the upper and lower abdominal muscles. A partial tummy tuck, on the other hand, will only involve one muscle group. Once the patient has been placed under general anaesthesia, the surgeon will make an incision to detach the skin from the abdominal muscle wall. The muscles are tightened using sutures and excess fat is removed through liposuction. The skin is reattached and the incision is closed. Depending on the type of procedure performed, recovery time can take between one to four weeks.
Upper blepharoplasty, which is more popularly known as eyelid surgery, is a surgical procedure designed to tighten excess eyelid skin for a more youthful appearance. Candidates for upper blepharoplasty are required to consult an eye doctor before scheduling the surgery to identify eyelid-related medical problems and other possible risks. Upper blepharoplasty is performed under local anesthesia and you will remain awake throughout the procedure. Incisions are made in the natural folds of the eyelid to ensure that there will be no visible scars after the wound has healed. Using the most advanced modern surgical instruments, tissues, fat and excess skin will be removed before the wound is closed using tissue adhesives.