Upper Blepharoplasty

This a procedure to correct the hooding on the upper eyelids.

Tiny incisions are used in the natural crease of the upper eyelids which are disguised in the natural crease that we have there.

Excess skin is then removed.

Your eyes will look refreshed, and you will notice that you no longer have the tired look.

If your eyelid hooding has begun to impair your sight, then this will also be successfully treated at the same time.

The procedure takes around 45 minutes to one hour.

Lower Blepharoplasty

This procedure corrects the lower eyebags.

In this procedure we remove not only the excess skin but also the fatty tissue that forms the bags.

Once again, we use very tiny incisions placed discreetly on the lower eyelid or sometime in the inner lining of the eyelid.

This can be performed, and often is, together with an upper blepharoplasty.

This procedure takes around one hour. If you combine it with an upper blepharoplasty, then the total theatre time will be around one and a half hours.

Aftercare

Expect some bruising and swelling around the eyes after a blepharoplasty. This is perfectly normal and will settle over the coming weeks. Arrange some time off work, usually one week is enough in most cases.

When going out, you may want to wear some sunglasses. If your eyes start to feel a little dry at first, you can use some saline drops to help keep them comfortable.

Avoid strenuous exercise until the Plastic Surgeon has advised it’s okay to continue.

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Your Patient Journey

If this is your first experience of reaching a cosmetic surgery or aesthetic medical procedure, we understand it can be a bit daunting. In this short guide we outline the steps from start to finish of your procedure, so you can see the pathway to a new you!

1. Step One

Everything starts with a simple phone call or website form enquiry. Our patient co-ordinators are on hand to give you all the information you need and then arrange a free consultation for you with one of the Plastic Surgeons. This stage enables you to find out the facts such as likely costs, what the surgery fees include, available dates for surgery, what aftercare is included etc.

2. Step Two

This is your consultation with the Plastic Surgeon. This is where you find out exactly what can be achieved for you. Here you will discuss implant types, sizes, your hopes and fears for the surgery. You also get to ask questions directly to the Plastic Surgeon and of course he will carry out an examination. At this stage you may also book your surgery or confirm a pre booked date. At this stage any pre operative checks will also be done, and any pre op tests needed will be arranged for you.

3. Step Three

This will be the day of your procedure. You will go to the hospital at the admission time and meet your Plastic Surgeon once again , together with his medical team. The Anaesthetist will come to see you before the procedure and discuss the anaesthetic with you. Then the nursing will take care of your right through the day to ensure a pleasant and smooth experience.

4. Step Four

This is the period of your aftercare. Your Plastic Surgeon will see you for follow up in the hospital and on video to ensure a smooth recovery. You will also have access to our patient care support team whenever you have any general questions. We want you to be totally supported after your surgery and pride ourselves in the aftercare and support we provide our patients.

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    Is a blepharoplasty performed under local or general anaesthetic?

    This will depend on the extent of the surgery. Many are performed under local anaesthetic, especially upper blepharoplasties, discuss this with the surgeon to find the right anaesthesia for you.

    How long does a blepharoplasty take?

    In most cases, the procedure will take around one hour. You will be able to go home on the same day as the procedure.

    Can I have a facelift with a blepharoplasty?

    Yes, this a common combination procedure.

    Is a blepharoplasty permanent?

    Remember that you will develop more wrinkles as you get older, including around the eyes. You cannot stop the aging process.

    When will I see the results of blepharoplasty?

    At first you will have bruising and selling around the eyes. It will soon be evident though that the eyebags have gone or the hooding above the eyes. If you have had both upper and lower blepharoplasty done, then both improvements will be evident after the bruising and swelling has settled.

    Who performs the blepharoplasty?

    All Blepharoplasties are performed by Plastic Surgeons at Nume.

    How much time should I take off work after blepharoplasty?

    Allow at least one week off afterwards to allow some time for the bruising and swelling to settle down.

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