Revision lower eyelid blepharoplasty
Revision blepharoplasty is typically performed to correct complications or to improve the results of a prior eyelid surgery. If previous blepharoplasty surgery elsewhere resulted in an unsatisfactory result, patients may wish to see us for a revision procedure.
When a treatment does not turn out as planned, we know how difficult it can be. If a patient loses trust in their previous provider for treatment, we are happy to help them with a revision lower eyelid blepharoplasty. For your peace of mind, FaceRestoration offers a “built-in” second opinion by two skilled oculoplastic surgeons.
AT A GLANCE
DETAILS ABOUT THE TREATMENT
Local anaesthetic, sedation or general anesthesia
2 - 6 weeks
Dermal filler, medical grade skin care
DURATION OF OPERATION
90 - 120 mins
WHY FACE RESTORATION?
FEATURES, ADVANTAGES, & BENEFITS FOR OUR PATIENTS
You’ll receive an extensive examination of your concerns with two leading ophthalmic surgeons at our luxury London clinics, meaning you already have a “build-in” second opinion for your treatment management.
In most cases, patients undergo blepharoplasty revision surgery because they are unhappy with the results of their previous eyelid surgery elsewhere. Dr Rachna Murthy and Dr Jonathan Roos are award-winning oculoplastic surgeons who will skillfully carry out your revision surgery.
What are the most common reasons for needing revision upper blepharoplasty?
There are many reasons that individuals visit FaceRestoration. The most common reasons for revision surgery on the lower eyelids are:
- Lower lid ectropion
- Malar Oedema
- Retraction of the lower eyelid
- Rounded lateral canthus
How long will I need to be off work?
In most cases, you will need between 14 and 21 days off from work to recover, as revision surgery is more complicated that the initial surgery. Most people are able to work from home using a laptop 48 hours after surgery, depending on your job role.
Is lower eyelid blepharoplasty revision safe?
Revision blepharoplasty is safe when performed by a highly-skilled oculoplastic surgeon. Any form of blepharoplasty is a delicate procedure, and mistakes cannot be easily repaired. At FaceRestoration, our award-winning surgeons have the skills needed to perform this complex, delicate surgery.
How long should I wait before blepharoplasty revision surgery?
We recommend waiting up to 6 months before revision surgery; This will allow any residual inflammation to disappear and allows us to see the true extent of your condition.
ALWAYS FAIR AND ALWAYS CLEAR
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Treatment after care
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