Blepharoplasty, or expert eyelid surgery, skilfully removes excess skin and fat, rejuvenating tired eyes and revitalising your appearance. We ensure fantastic results and minimal downtime thanks to our skilled practitioners, officially registered with the General Medical Council as specialist plastic surgeons.
Elevate your confidence and rediscover a brighter, more youthful look in one transformative procedure.
Blepharoplasty eliminates excess fat and skin from around the area of the eyes, restoring a wider, more vibrant appearance. The skin around our eyes may sag as we age and supporting muscles may weaken, this can result in unwelcoming eye bags.
Through precise surgical techniques, our skilled surgeons remove surplus skin, muscle, and fat, achieving a more youthful aesthetic, helping clients regain confidence and prevent the signs of ageing.
Upper Blepharoplasty Surgery starts with incisions made along the natural crease of the upper eyelid. This is where the surgeon will remove excess skin, muscle or fat.
In regards to Lower Blepharoplasty, Surgeons will make small incisions just below the lower lash line to remove excess skin or fat contributing to eyebags or puffiness.
You may opt for a combination of both procedures. In this case, dissolvable stitches close the incisions gently, and our skilled surgeons ensure the scars are well hidden.
Blepharoplasty procedures treat areas around the eyes, such as:
If you have more specific questions about the areas that can be treated with blepharoplasty, get in touch with the clinic today.
Skilled surgeons and state-of-the-art technology ensure the very best Blepharoplasty results.
Most patient see a result soon after surgery after the initial swelling subsides
The revitalising affects of Blepharoplasty treatment can last for 10 years or more.
Treatment usually lasts between 1-3 hours, depending on the procedure type.
It takes just 1-2 weeks to recover from Blepharoplasty Treatment.
As leaders in blepharoplasty treatments, we’re proud to offer a full service. This includes a dedicated theatre on-site, so there’s no need for you to travel elsewhere – you can even opt for an overnight stay if preferred.
All our surgeons are UK-trained, BAPRAS-registered and available around the clock for a 24/7 aftercare service that prioritises your needs. In addition to all that, we’re recognised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for outstanding care, and we boast a remarkable 99% patient satisfaction rate. Safe to say that, with Zenith, you’ll have access to the most extensive range of cosmetics procedures, delivered at the highest standards of quality.
All consultations and reviews are included in the starting price, and we offer 0% finance to support with payment.
Our portfolio showcases the remarkable results achieved through Blepharoplasty procedures at Zenith.
What is the difference between Upper Blepharoplasty and Lower Blepharoplasty?
With upper Blepharoplasty, incisions follow natural eyelid lines. For lower blepharoplasty, cuts are made just below the lower lash line. In either case, treatment will rejuvenate the cosmetic appearance around the eyes.
What concerns can Blepharoplasty address?
Blepharoplasty addresses sagging upper eyelids, puffy lower eyelids, droopy eyelids, and under-eye bags, restoring a youthful and rejuvenated appearance.
Are there any conditions that make patients unsuitable for Blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty may not suitable for those with high blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid problems, dry eyes, glaucoma, or a propensity for keloids. These conditions should be discussed within a consultation for risk assessment.
Is Blepharoplasty a surgical procedure?
Yes, Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that can be performed on both upper and lower eyelids, typically under general or local anaesthesia.
Does the Blepharoplasty procedure hurt?
Most Blepharoplasty procedures are performed under local or general anaesthesia, ensuring you’re pain-free during the operation. Post-surgery, any mild discomfort can be managed with painkillers.
Can I smoke before or after Eyelid Surgery?
No, it’s crucial to stop smoking at least 4 weeks before and after surgery to ensure optimal healing and recovery.
What is the recovery time for Blepharoplasty?
Expect swelling and bruising for a week or two. Most individuals will be able to resuming regular activities within a few weeks.
Will I be left with scarring after Blepharoplasty?
While there will be scars, their size will be minimal, and scarring typically heals quickly. The surgeon can give you more personalised information during your consultation.
When will I see the final results of Blepharoplasty?
Initial results will be visible, but the final outcome will become more prominent as swelling subsides over several weeks.
Are there any risks associated with Blepharoplasty?
Like any surgery, risks can include infection, scarring, and complications – these will be thoroughly discussed by your surgeon in consultations. Rest assured, risks are minimised at all times.