Lower eyelid blepharoplasty
Blepharoplasty is one of the most commonly performed procedures at Face Restoration. Lower eyelid blepharoplasty is a procedure used to reduce the appearance of eye bags (or eyelid bags), loose folds of extra skin, or dark circles under the lower lids (tear trough defects). The face acquires age-related traits not just due to drooping but also as a result of soft tissue deflation.
At Face Restoration, we understand that the eye area is often the first that our patients notice when it comes to the signs of ageing. Our leading oculoplastic surgeons will take you through all of your treatment options and create a bespoke treatment plan that aims to achieve your aesthetic goals with natural-looking results.
AT A GLANCE
DETAILS ABOUT THE TREATMENT
Local anaesthetic (with anxiolytic). Sedation and General Anesthesia available for conjunctival approach
DURATION OF RESULTS
WHY FACE RESTORATION?
FEATURES, ADVANTAGES, & BENEFITS FOR OUR PATIENTS
At Face Restoration, you will visit our luxurious London clinics, where you will receive a comprehensive assessment of your skin condition and overall health. You will see two consultants during your care, for and in-built second opinion and peace of mind.
As part of your care package you will receive treatment using our unique Scars-less™️ programme for faster healing, less downtime, and better postoperative results. You’ll also have access to your surgeons via Whatsapp, so that you can contact them at any time during your recovery.
What conditions can a lower eyelid blepharoplasty help with?
The lower eyelid blepharoplasty is a useful treatment for several eye conditions. It is always important to have a professional medical diagnosis to ensure that you are receiving the correct treatment. Lower eyelid blepharoplasty may help with the following conditions:
- Dark under eye circles & Tear trough
- Dermatochalasis (loose skin) & Hooded Eyes
- Droopy Lids, Ptosis & Tired eyes
- Face drop & Facial Palsy
- Sagging Skin & Signs of Ageing & Crepey Skin
- Tyndall Effect
- Festoons (lower lid bags) & Malar oedema & Eyebags
- Thyroid Eye disease
How long does it take to recover from upper eyelid surgery?
The majority of patients who undergo upper lid surgery are able to return to work in 10-14 days.
Will I have visible scarring?
We understand that one of the most common concerns with facial surgery is scarring. Any incisions are made to be hidden in the lower eyelash line for coverage. We also use Scars-less™️ technology to reduce healing time and decrease the amount of visible scarring.
ALWAYS FAIR AND ALWAYS CLEAR
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How we can help
Contact us for a consultation
Booking with us
Arrange a consultation with us using the button below at a time of your choosing. This may be held through video chat dependant on COVID guidelines at the time.
We will then discuss with you your symptoms and advise you on how best to proceed with helpful guidance on treatments through our expert knowledge and training.
Treatment after care
Once an appointment has been arranged, we will then begin treatment and support you along the process, including specialised aftercare.