Blepharoplasty and Eyelid Reduction
Blepharoplasty is known as cosmetic eyelid surgery. Eyelid reduction surgery can be performed above and below the eyes to remove excess skin and fatty tissue from the upper eye, and any bulging fat pads from the lower eye lid or both.
Blepharoplasty ..known as cosmetic eyelid surgery, eyelid reduction surgery can be performed above and below the eyes to remove excess skin and fatty tissue from the upper eye, and any bulging fat pads from the lower eye lid or both.
Once treated the skin around your eyes will appear tighter, more youthful and your eyes will again communicate the energy and vibrance that you feel inside.
Wondering where those eye bags came from?
Ageing around the eyes can be hereditary so, if either parent had saggy eyelids, the odds are that you will too. If you want to do something about it, blepharoplasty can correct the drooping and puffy areas around the eyes.
Eyelid Reduction (Upper and Lower Blepharoplasty)
Removing eye bags is a safe and quick procedure to basically remove any excess fat and skin from around the eyes.
After having blepharoplasty you will notice a more youthful appearance.
The aim is to improve drooping or hooded eyelids. Be sure you don’t have a medical condition affecting your eyelids before going ahead with cosmetic surgery.
Lack of sleep, tired eyes, a health condition, and a stressful lifestyle can also be contributing factors. You will learn more when you can book your consultation with us where our registered surgeons and qualified nurses will discuss everything in detail with you..
4 Reasons to consider going ahead with eyelid surgery
- In the upper eyelids: to tighten any creases and folds
- Reduce drooping eyelids
- lift skin under the eye
- Reduce puffy eyes and the appearance of bags under the eyes
Our experienced Transpire Consultant Surgeons will discuss every suitable option with you during your consultations.
Will Eyelid Surgery Leave Scars?
Scarring can occur with most types of surgery and scars are generally located in less noticeable places. For surgery of the upper eyelid an incision can be made in the crease of the eyelid. In the case of lower eyelids, incisions can be made either on the inside of the eyelid or just below the eyelash line so scarring doesn’t show up.
If the patient takes care of the scars scarring can be minimised further. If there is any scarring at all on the lower eye lid, it is more often than no on the eyelash line.
Your treatment plan before and after surgery will be tailor made to specific requirements. Everything and all decisions we make will depend on the surgeon’s directions, your physicality and your personal goals. Recommendations will be based on experience and professionalism. We will help you and we will advise the best possible ways forward – we have years of experience so there’s no need to worry. We provide personal one to one guidance before during and after surgery.
The results of your blepharoplasty procedure will be seen. Swelling and incision areas will heal. Our surgeons will provide you with specific recovery instructions detailing how to take strict care of your eyelids while you are healing and ongoing.
As you recover, you will also have follow up consultations to check on the progress. As with all types of surgery there will be a recovery period. You will see a distinct improvement to your eyelids and you will enjoy the many benefits associated with an improved more aesthetic appearance as well as to your self confidence.
Our experienced Transpire Consultant Surgeons will discuss every suitable option with you during your private consultations.
- Transpire Awards in 2020/2021
- Recovery period
- 10-30 days