EYE SURGICAL TREATMENT

DOUBLE EYELID SURGERY / ASIAN EYELID SURGERY

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Nearly fifty percent of patients of Asian descent are born with no natural upper eyelid crease (often referred to as “single” eyelids). This can cause the lashes to sag into the visual axis (known as “lash ptosis”). Occasionally, the eyelids are droopy or have ptosis, causing a tired appearance.

AT A GLANCE

DETAILS ABOUT THE TREATMENT

AT A GLANCE

DETAILS ABOUT THE TREATMENT

ANAESTHETIC


Local anaesthetic

DOWNTIME


2 weeks

SUPPLEMENTARY TREATMENTS


Dermal filler, medical grade skin care

DURATION OF OPERATION


90 minutes

WHY FACE RESTORATION?

FEATURES, ADVANTAGES, & BENEFITS FOR OUR PATIENTS

WHY FACE RESTORATION?

FEATURES, ADVANTAGES, & BENEFITS FOR OUR PATIENTS

Double eyelid surgery, sometimes known as “Asian blepharoplasty,” involves the formation of an eyelid crease, resulting in a bigger and more symmetric, almond-shaped eye. The distance between your upper lash line and the new eyelid crease is tailored to your preferences and current anatomy.

At FaceRestoration, we love helping you achieve natural-looking results whilst improving your self-confidence and appearance.

After a comprehensive consultation with two oculoplastic surgeons, you can expect a bespoke management plan, including pre-treatment care and an aftercare package.

We understand the desire for cosmetic surgery and treat you with professional confidentiality and empathy. At FaceRestoration, we pride ourselves on ethical treatments for naturally beautiful results.

What is Double eyelid surgery/Asian eyelid surgery?

Double eyelid surgery, sometimes known as “Asian blepharoplasty,” involves the formation of an eyelid crease, resulting in a bigger and more symmetric, almond-shaped eye. The distance between your upper lash line and the new eyelid crease is tailored to your preferences and current anatomy.

How does the process work?

An upper lid crease is created by performing double eyelid surgery, which creates the appearance of a “wide awake” appearance. Fat and excess skin are removed if they contribute to a “puffy” appearance.

Are there any risks or side effects with treatment?

The risks of double eyelid surgery are no different from those of any other surgical procedure. Before undergoing double eyelid surgery, you should be aware of the following risks and complications and we will discuss these at your consultation:

  • An asymmetrical crease.
  • Bleeding after the procedure, ranging from mild bleeding under the eye causing bruising to haemorrhaging.
  • An orbital bleeding can result in pressure on the optic nerve, resulting in a surgical emergency called a retrobulbar hematoma.
  • Drooping eyelids.
  • Creases that are too high.
  • Fading eyelid folds.

TREATMENT PRICES

ALWAYS FAIR AND ALWAYS CLEAR

PRICES FROM

£7,500

AIM OF PHOTOGRAPHIC FOLLOW UP

Provide an objective record of your concerns and treatment journey.

TIME
TAKEN

15 minutes for 3D imaging and VISIA skin analysis

WILL MY PHOTOS BE SHARED?

No, unless you give full consent for this.

CAN I HAVE A COPY OF MY PHOTOS?

Yes, our Consultant surgeons provide you with your photos for your future reference

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.

YOUR CONSULTATION

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 & AFTERCARE

Once an appointment has been arranged, we will then begin treatment and support you along the process, including specialised aftercare.