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Eye Surgery Introduction

Whether you’re struggling with soreness in your eyes due to a problem with your upper or lower eyelids, or you’re not happy with the appearance of your eyes, we can help.

We can perform cosmetic surgery to remove eye bags and excessive skin on the eyelids to rejuvenate your face. We can also eliminate some problems which are causing your eyes to be either too dry or too moist.

  • A weakness in the lower eyelid will result in too much moisture gathering in the eye. When the lid becomes slack and falls away from the eyeball, you will experience a pooling of tears. A small operation will lift the lower lid and correct the problem.

  • If you are unhappy with the appearance of your eyes due to excessive eyelid skin causing a drooping appearance, a small procedure can remove the surplus skin and take years off your face. It’s surprising how much older the drooping effect can make you look. This blepharoplasty operation can be carried out on upper and lower lids.

  • There’s also a procedure we can perform to remove under eye bags.

Additional Information

  1. During Blepharoplasty; the operation to correct dropping eyelids, excess muscle tissue, fat deposits and eyelid skin will be removed.

  2. The incisions will follow the natural creases of the eyelids and be closed again with fine stitches.

  3. Ice should be applied for the first 24 hours after surgery. You will be advised on how best to do this.

  4. Stitches will be removed after five days, strenuous physical activity should be avoided for at least a week and sunglasses should be worn for a further two weeks as your eyes will feel sensitive.

  5. After your eyes have healed and the swelling has gone down, you will notice a significant difference in your appearance. Your face will be rejuvenated.

FAQs

  • How do you stop eyelids from drooping?

    The procedure takes two hours and you will be under a general anaesthetic. We will remove excess muscle tissue and fat deposits via the incision that is made in the natural skin creases.

    The incisions are closed with very fine stitches. You might have to stay overnight and it may take 1 to 2 weeks for the bruising to disappear. You will have follow up appointments a week afterwards, when the sutures will be removed. There will be another follow-up appointment six weeks after the procedure.

    To solve your medical eye problems or the appearance of your eyes, please get in touch. During your initial consultation, we’ll show you exactly what’s possible.