Purpose. The optimal surgical strategy of aortic root in acute type A aortic dissection (ATAAD) is controversial. The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility and safety of “Sleeve” sinus Valsalva repair for AAD limited to the non-coronary sinus or partial left and right coronary sinus without involvement coronary artery ostia. Methods: From Sep 2016 to Mar 2019, 20 patients with AAD involving non-coronary sinus or partial left and right coronary sinus Valsalva underwent “Sleeve” sinus Valsalva repair . Multi slice spiral computed tomography angiography (MSCT) and three dimensional reconstruction were routinely performed in all patients to assess the maximal diameters of each segment of the aorta. Results. There was no early death in hospital and one death during the 30-day postoperative period. Re-thoracotomy due to bleeding was necessary in only 1 patient and no bleeding was related to the proximal anastomosis. The post-operative drainage was 390.5±229.3mL. During the following-up, the echocardiography showed the normal sinus of Valsalva and aortic valvular function. The computed tomography angiography showed normal aortic root without endovascular leak or dissection around the sinus of Valsalva. All patients were free from reoperation. Conclusions. “Sleeve” sinus Valsalva repair with Dacron patch for aortic dissection limited to the non-coronary sinus or partial left and right coronary sinus without involvement coronary artery ostia was technically feasible and safe.