Before & After
Upper blepharoplasty results
Upper blepharoplasty eyelid before and after results
Eyelid lift before and after results
Before and after upper blepharoplasty
An eye lift is a surgical procedure which works to rejuvenate the delicate eye area by removing excess skin in order to create a ‘lift’.
What is eyelid (blepharoplasty) surgery?
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is cosmetic surgery to remove excess skin or fat from around the eyelids to give the eyes a natural, fresher looking finish. People often get eyelid surgery to reduce the look of sagging, or swollen looking eyelids to improve self-confidence as well as medical-related issues with helping them to see better. Eyelid surgery, blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure which works to rejuvenate the delicate eye area removing excess skin and giving the eye a lifting result. Surgery can be performed on both the upper and lower lid.
What eyelid surgery treats
- Loose or sagging skin that creates folds or disturbs the natural fold of the upper eyelid
- Fatty deposits that create puffiness in the eyelids
- Bags under the eyes
- Drooping lower eyelids
- Excess skin and fine wrinkles of the lower eyelid
Upper Blepharoplasty Eye Lift Surgery
The eyes are often the first to show signs of age and with time, sagging skin can become quite a problem. Fine lines become wrinkles and then deep creases until the eyes take on a tired, hooded or droopy appearance. Now Cosmedics Skin Clinics is offering upper eyelid surgery in order to tackle this problem.
The Effect of Eyelid Surgery
The effect of eyelid surgery to make people look younger and less tired or angry. It is a great choice for patients over the age of 45, where the signs of ageing are becoming established. There is no need to worry about it looking too dramatic or fake. Our surgeons use sympathetic techniques designed for a subtle yet very effective impact.
Surgical Eyelid Surgery
Surgery is thought of as being invasive, but with our expert surgeons it is far more accessible than before: A blepharoplasty can be done under a local anaesthetic injected into the eyelids or under general anaesthetic. The operation takes up to an hour and a half.
Your surgeon will make a cut in the natural skin crease of your upper eyelid or below your eyelashes in your lower lid. They will remove any excess skin and fat and close the wound using very fine stitches.
- Local anaesthetic – better tolerated and lower risks than general
- No overnight stay – more convenient than a hospital
- Fast recovery – bruising lasts up to 10 days
- A simple walk in walk out procedure
- Takes 30 – 60 minutes
- Longer lasting than injections or laser – excess skin gone for good
Recovery from blepharoplasty surgery
If you have local anaesthetic under your blepharoplasty treatment you should be able to go home a few hours after the procedure. If you have general anaesthetic you will need to wait until all the effects have worn off. You may need pain relief when the anaesthetic wears off to help with the bruising and swelling.
30 – 60 minutes
Up to 10 days
Excess skin gone for good
|Upper blepharoplasty price for BOTH eyes||From £2,195|
*The £50 consultation fee is redeemable against the price of eyelid removal treatment.
Prices are a guide to the costs and the exact price can only be determined once the surgeon has examined your face and eye area in detail in order to given advice based on a full diagnosis. Complex needs may be slightly more. An exact price will be given following the surgeon’s assessment
Consultations take around 30 minutes and the surgeon will provide a quote for the work recommended and discussed
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Can I exercise?
We request no exercise for the first 1-2 weeks, to enable swelling and bruising to subside
Can I shower and wash?
Yes, you’ll need to keep the area very clean while avoiding risk of damaging the wound. We will recommend suitable products and regimes.
Can I wear contact lenses?
We recommend wearing glasses (spectacles) for 2 weeks to avoid any undue pulling on the eye area or risk of infection
Do I need time off work?
Most patients will take a few days off to avoid being seen with stitches and swelling/bruising – but you don’t have to
What will swelling and bruising look like?
Patients can expect swelling for 3-5 days and bruising 7-10 days. Cold compresses and ice packs can be helpful in handling this
Will I have to have stitches?
Yes, this procedure does require stitches to close the wound where the skin has been removed. These will be removed 5-7 days later in our clinics at no additional cost
Will it hurt?
We advise patients to expect mild discomfort for around 3-5 days. This is normally manageable with standard painkillers
Our non-invasive cosmetic treatments can be used alongside eyelid surgery for a better result. Doctors and surgeons at Cosmedics Skin Clinics offer the latest techniques in injectable treatments including:
- BOTOX® anti-wrinkle injections
- Dermal Fillers to replenish lost volume
- 8 point face lift to lift facial tissues
You can expect great results from your surgery, but these can be used alongside to enhance the overall result. Your surgeon will be happy to advise.
Why choose Cosmedics Skin Clinic for eyelid surgery?
At Cosmedics Skin Clinics we look after all our patients whether new and slightly anxious or those who have had treatment with us before. Our patients are listened to in the eyelid surgery consultations and once examined we discuss what treatment and when is right for. eyelid surgery can be beneficial to all adult age groups, female and male and all ethnicities. Call now or book online today for an eyelid surgery appointment across London.