This is also called “semi-incision and semi-stitching,” which, as its name suggests, integrates the persistent effects of cutting the double eyelid and the absence of a scar from the double eyelid stitching. It only requires the creation of 3 approximately 2-mm incisions at the eyelid and then embedding the sutures for fixating the eyelids in the wound via a microsurgery. Its advantage is dispersed incisions, which are less likely to cause a linear scar and are less invasive to tissues than the half-incision method; therefore, postoperative recovery is as quick as non-incisional eyelid stitching procedure. Moreover, because the techniques are relatively dedicated and cause less trauma, the results are typically rapidly seen and appear natural. This method does not suit patients already having eyebrow compression to the eye or those desiring profound and distinct double eyelids. In addition, it is difficult to conduct simultaneous orbital fat removal and to correct asymmetrical eyes caused by levator muscle weakness. Therefore, the results differ according to the individual’s eyelid conditions.