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Blepharoplasty In Our London Based Clinic

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London Based
Cosmetic Clinic

We are a London-based skin clinic with a global reach, which offers clients from all corners of the world top notch blepharoplasty treatments from dynamic streets of London.

Our Practitioners

Dermatology Pros
Blepharoplasty Specialists

Do you want to get the best of blepharoplasty surgeons? Our doctors studied at the best medical institutions, so you’ll get excellent services according to your personal requirements.

Our Blepharoplasty Treatment Results

Our Results

Revitalization
Enhancement

Get ready to show off brighter, younger looking eyes, say goodbye to droopy lids and bothersome puffiness.

What is Blepharoplasty Surgery?

Eyelift

Exploring Blepharoplasty: Enhancing Your Eyelids

What Does Blepharoplasty Surgery Involve and How Can It Improve Your Eyelids?

Blepharoplasty or simply aesthetic eyelid surgery is a procedure used to improve how your eyelids look. It corrects any functional eyelid disease issues that may be related to drooping eyelids that obstruct vision. Surgeons remove or reposition the excess eyelid skin, muscle, and excess fat to achieve an improved aesthetic appeal or for functional purposes. Because of this, people usually recommend it when there is under-eye puffiness, bags, or sagging eyelid skin due to age or hereditary reasons. People who want a rejuvenation process but don’t want to undergo the full surgical procedure also use blepharoplasty as an anti-ageing therapy. Blepharoplasty surgery can be seen as a total solution for different types of eyelid problems meant for cosmetic enhancement to help one improve their functionality and enhance overall beauty.

Various effects of blepharoplasty surgery

  • Improve the appearance of the eyelids
  • Lift droopy eyelids
  • Increase self-esteem

Types of Blepharoplasty

Upper Eyelid Surgery

The upper eyelid blepharoplasty targets issues with regard to saggy upper eyelid skin. It also targets puffy, wrinkled eyelids that make you appear older, tired, or sad. During the upper eyelid blepharoplasty, your surgeon will place incisions on your eyelids specifically in the natural fold to minimise visibility after healing. This involves adjustment of muscles, removal of excess skin and relocation of fats so that the outcome will look natural. The result is improved vision within a week. After the recovery of the upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty period has ended, one can maintain a fresh youthful appearance for up to eight years.

Lower Eyelid Surgery

When we age, the muscles beneath our eyes might droop, causing the lower eyelids to sag. These conditions create dark circles and shadows under our eyes. The effect can actually add years to your looks and leave you appearing fatigued. In order to correct this, one could choose a facial plastic surgery like lower blepharoplasty. During the procedure, your plastic surgeon will make a small cut just below the lower lash line. As a result, this area gets tighter, and the lower eyelids will appear rejuvenated. Thus, by reducing the signs of ageing, the patient will look more awake and young.

Bilateral Eyelid Surgery

A combined blepharoplasty, or bilateral eyelid surgery, addresses both ageing signs of the lower and upper eyelids. Lifting and removing loose or excess skin is done through the incisions following the eye’s natural creases. The operation takes between 1 and 3 hours, and recovery takes 10 days to two weeks. Following the surgery, there may be puffiness and bruising of the eye. However, it will reduce as the eye heals and recovers to its normal appearance. A blepharoplasty is a reliable technique for making the eye’s impression smoother and refreshed for a youthful appearance.

Double Eyelid Surgery

Double eyelid surgery, common among East Asians, is meant for people who don’t have double eyelids (monolids). While some prefer monolid eyes, others go for this procedure to make their eyes bigger. It focuses on forming a supratarsal crease which makes the eyes seem larger according to many. Surgeries that involve precise incisions eliminating excessive tissues are called full-incisional; while non-incisional involves strategic sutures creating artificial folds that resemble double lids.

Transconjunctival Eyelid Surgery

For patients who want to reduce puffiness around the eyes due to excess fat deposits, a transconjunctival blepharoplasty treatment should be considered. Premature ageing around the eyes due to puffed up lids can be corrected by this eyelid reduction surgery. It mostly entails precision in orbital fat adjustments, which is mostly useful in patients with higher levels of skin elasticity that would not require additional removal treatments for eye bags.

The Blepharoplasty Procedure

What aesthetic concerns can a blepharoplasty address?

To deal with the sagging or droopy eyelids, a blepharoplasty includes taking out fat, muscle, and skin that is not needed. The surgeon carefully cuts the creases of the eyelids to reach the underlying tissues. They eliminate extra mass and modify what remains to make it tighter. The results are a lifted eyelid that makes them appear younger, enhanced vision caused by eyelid sagging, and reduced pressure on the eyelids. A blepharoplasty separates puffy, baggy-tired eyes by removing fatty deposits and skin-tightening muscles. It restores an eyelid to a more rejuvenated figure.

Pain Management

How painful is blepharoplasty surgery?

Anesthesia is used during blepharoplasty surgery to ensure that you feel no pain. Your surgeon will prescribe pain medication for any discomfort while you recover. This soreness could last between 2-7 days. Cold compresses may be advised by your surgeon and some painkiller drugs are given at this period of time.

Ageing is a factor in the need for blepharoplasty.

What changes occur in the eyelids as a result of the natural ageing process?

Our eyelids change as the natural ageing process takes place. They can also sag or drop a little, making us look older than we are. Skin around the eye area loses its elasticity, which causes wrinkles and fine lines. There’s also fat gathering under the eyes, sometimes resulting in puffy lower eyelid bags. This all happens as part of the natural ageing process. People get older, and their skin becomes less firm. Fat accumulates below our eyes, creating those characteristic bags; similarly, skin sags down, causing our eyelids to droop. That’s where eyelid surgery comes in to make things neat again and return youthful looks to our eyes.

Non-surgical Alternatives

What are some non-invasive treatments that can help reduce sagging or puffiness around the eyes?

Other options that don’t require surgery include dermal fillers and laser therapy, which can improve the appearance of your upper lids with minimal downtime or risks involved by focusing on specific aspects such as wrinkles or excessive skin. Non-surgical methods might work for minor problems but not have an effect like what one would receive from blepharoplasty, which is more dramatic in appearance improvement. Results are usually temporary, calling for continued treatments to achieve the desired look.

Blepharoplasty can improve vision

How can droopy eyelids obstruct vision, and how does an eyelid surgery address this issue?

By getting a blepharoplasty surgery, your vision and your face will improve at the same time. The more excessive skin hanging over your eyes, the less light that penetrates into your sight. In the blepharoplasty procedure, plastic surgeons will remove any excess skin and fat that is weighing down the eyelids, lifting them up and clearing your sight. You can see better and have a more youthful face at the same time.

Before and after the operation, surgeons often have a person’s eyesight examined to establish if any alterations have occurred. They can assess someone’s visual acuity, peripheral vision, or even eyelid position by use of eye tests. The opening up of the field of vision and reduction of obstructions takes place when drooping eyelid skin is lifted during a blepharoplasty eyelid surgery. This in turn makes it possible for one to see better as well as feel more comfortable particularly when doing simple exercises such as reading or driving.

Blepharoplasty London Prices

Effective Result

Top-notch treatment

When you invest in your Blepharoplasty, you’re not just upgrading your appearance, you’re trusting seasoned experts to rejuvenate your youthful vision. Our pricing reflects the top-notch skills, personalised care, and advanced techniques our surgeons bring to every procedure.

For upper eyelid surgery, which targets only the upper eye area, prices start at £4,500. It effectively solves problems such as skin sagging or ageing signs around your upper eyelids. The lower eyelid surgery starts at £5,250. If you go for both upper eyelid surgery and lower eyelid surgery, it starts at £7,300.

Blepharoplasty costs do not only cover surgical procedures but also our individualistic approach towards each patient, making sure one receives quality treatment in relation to their health condition.

Our Prices

From £3300

Blepharoplasty Essentials

Prepare
For Surgery

What should you do before diving in for cosmetic eyelid surgery to get the best results?

Make sure the skin is in excellent condition by taking care of it about three weeks before the operation, washing it regularly, and protecting it with sunscreen. Plan time off work and organise support for when you come back home from the hospital. Stop smoking at least four weeks in advance. Stay healthy and eat well instead of going for quick weight-loss programs. Be also careful with specific drugs and supplements that promote bleeding.

Recover
From Surgery

How long does it take to heal, and how to manage the discomfort?

Expect the appearance of your eye to improve in 1-3 months. The healing process differs, but you should anticipate being weak for about 24-72 hours following the eyelid surgery. Take lots of rest during this duration. You will feel normal by the eighth day, but still prioritise eye rest as well as proper food intake. Smoking, alcohol, excessive exercise, and heat exposure are good examples of factors leading to increased blood pressure that can disrupt the healing process.

Prevent
From Surgery

How can patients minimize the need for repeat eyelid surgery or revisions following an initial procedure?

Patients must adhere to their surgeon’s advice given at the end of each procedure and during recovery. Following up with the surgeons for any concerns is important. By maintaining good eye health habits such as avoiding smoking, protecting their eyes from injury, and avoiding overexposure to the sun, patients can significantly lower the likelihood of additional surgeries.

Why have a Blepharoplasty

Rejuvenation

Cosmetic Enhancement

Correction of Sagging Eyelids

Reduction of Under-Eye Bags and Puffiness

It smoothes skin and wrinkles, making you look youthful.

This will remove under-eye bags and puffiness.

It improves facial aesthetics by enhancing eyelid symmetry and proportion.

Functional Improvement

Vision Enhancement

Relief from Eyelid Discomfort

Corrected eyelids ensure better vision.

It makes it easier for you to do your daily activities, like reading or driving.

Relief from heavy lids tends to increase comfort levels.

Increased Self-Confidence

Improved Facial Aesthetics

Boost in Self-Esteem

Raising one’s self-esteem by improving appearance can be achieved through this method.

The feeling of satisfaction with physical appearance increases confidence.

Boosted self-esteem promotes better social engagement.

Blepharoplasty Before & Afters

The remarkable difference a Harley Street Skin Clinic treatment can provide

Not only can hooding, puffiness and excess skin around the eyes be extremely ageing, but it can also impair your vision and leave your eyelids feeling both heavy and tired. Blepharoplasties strip away all of these concerns entirely, and leave you looking rested and youthful.

Blepharoplasty After
Blepharoplasty Before

Over the years, bulging, ruching and gathering of the skin around the eyes can leave us both looking and feeling tired. Aside from the aesthetic impact, the burden of heavy excess skin can even impair our field of vision, leaving us fighting back against those perpetually sleepy eyelids.

Blepharoplasty After
Blepharoplasty Before

Blepharoplasties can instantly give the illusion of a lifetime of beauty sleep, that sometimes the busy modern man or women just isn't afforded. Endeavouring to open up the eyes and create a radiant, rested aesthetic, blepharo procedures are an incredibly effective way of achieving a youthful glow.

Blepharoplasty After
Blepharoplasty Before

However, delicate surgical work around the eyes requires expert finesse and professional know-how. At Harley Street Skin, we have a wealth of experience stripping away the telltale signs of ageing, and restoring a youthful radiance to the face that guarantees fantastically discreet yet fruitful results.

Recovery timeline

Week 1

After your aesthetic eyelid surgery, expect some bruising, swelling, and discomfort peaking around days 3–4. As surprising as it sounds, pain rates tend to range from 4 out of 10 making it one of the least painful plastic surgeries. You may also be advised to use ice packs after getting guidelines regarding pain relievers from your doctor (often over-the-counter medicines). Plan for 5-7 days off work for proper healing, avoiding strenuous activities for 2 weeks.

  • Bruising, swelling, and discomfort peaking around days 3-4
  • Pain rates range from 4 out of 10
  • Use ice packs and follow doctor's guidelines for pain relievers
  • 5-7 days off work for proper healing
  • Avoid strenuous activities for 2 weeks

Weeks 2-3

Two weeks after the eyelid surgery, there should be much less swelling and bruising around your eyes. This means you’ll begin to see the effects of blepharoplasty surgery. Your eyes will appear wider and more lively overall. Additionally, make-up will also cover any remaining bruising or discoloration from the incisions, or you may apply soothing lotions while it mends, so you can go back to your normal activities in two weeks. You can also engage in light or moderate exercise.

  • Much less swelling and bruising
  • Eyes appear wider and more lively
  • Make-up can cover remaining bruising or discoloration
  • Apply soothing lotions
  • Resume normal activities in two weeks
  • Engage in light or moderate exercise

Month 1-3

By now, you may notice the appearance of your eyes continues to improve. You should be enjoying the results of your eyelid surgery and showing off your fresh, youthful look. Now it is safe to wash your face and continue with your usual skin care routine while returning for full-weight lifting exercises.

  • Continued improvement in eye appearance
  • Enjoying the results of eyelid surgery
  • Safe to wash your face
  • Continue with usual skin care routine
  • Return to full-weight lifting exercises
Blepharoplasty Benefits

Physical benefits

Smoother eyelid contour

Alleviation of eye strain

  • Say no more to sagging skin and under-eye bags that make your eyes appear tired and old.
  • Balanced eyelids contribute to facial harmony overall.
  • Make those eyes pop with a more wide and alert look.
  • Stop suffering from heavy lids, which cause discomfort at all times.
  • Functional Aspect

    Enhanced visual field

    Improved daily activities

  • No more squinting or struggling to see, get ready for clear vision.
  • Enjoy doing all of your daily activities without suffering from a poor visual field.
  • Feeling less weight on your eyelids making blinking or staring at screens more comfortable.
  • It will make the eyes less irritated, dry, and prone to infections.
  • Psychological well-being

    Increased confidence

    Enhanced social interaction

  • Walk with confidence in how you look.
  • Feel good about oneself, both on the inside and out.
  • Being more comfortable with yourself at social events.
  • Reduction in image-related insecurities.
  • Am I Suitable?

    Eye transformation - Eye rejuvenation

    Who is a good candidate for blepharoplasty surgery?

    A consultation is essential in determining your eligibility, with a thorough medical history being of utmost importance. Before you undergo eyelid surgery, you must neither smoke nor have severe health problems, particularly when it comes to your eyes. Some conditions, like retinal detachment or glaucoma, would make you ineligible for the procedure. If you’ve naturally inherited eyelids that are sagging down or that are very droopy and obstruct your sight, eyelid surgery could be on the cards much earlier. It focuses on improving both appearance and functioning so as to promote better eye health.

    Blepharoplasty Risks

    Potential complications - Surgical procedure risks

    What are the possible side effects of blepharoplasty surgery?

    After undergoing a blepharoplasty, you might have temporary side effects such as blurred vision from eye drops, sensitivity to light, double vision, watery eyes, swelling, or bruising, and discomfort around the surgical area. Also, your eyelids might feel tight, numb, sore, dry, or they might change colour as well. Sometimes, the inflammation makes the eyes not fully close. This is not permanent, and the healing will start in a few days. Just make sure to follow the post-surgery instructions, and things will improve soon.