Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure to remove excess skin and muscle from both the upper and lower eyelids along with underlying fatty tissue.


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What is Blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty can improve drooping skin and bagginess. It can help improve vision in older patients who have hooding of their upper eyelids. Although it can add an upper eyelid crease to the Asian eyelid, it will not erase evidence of one’s racial or ethnic heritage. Blepharoplasty will not remove “crow’s feet” or other wrinkles, eliminate dark circles under the eyes, or lift sagging eyebrows.

It can be performed alone involving upper, lower or both eyelid regions, or in conjunction with other surgical procedures of the eye, face, brow, or nose. Eyelid surgery cannot stop the process of aging. It can, however, diminish the look of loose skin and bagginess in the eyelid region.

Who Would Benefit From Eyelid Reduction (Blepharoplasty)

People who have:

• Excessive skin on the upper eyelid

• Excessive skin on the lower eyelid resulting in a baggy appearance

• Excessive skin of the upper eyelid who is obstructing their vision

• Excessive pockets of fat in the upper and/or lower eyelids


Price starting from

Blepharoplasty Lower (G.A.) From £4,300
Blepharoplasty Lower (Local ) From £3,000
Blepharoplasty Lower & Upper (G.A.) From £4,500
Blepharoplasty Lower & Upper (G.A.) From £5,199
Blepharoplasty Upper (G.A.) From £3,500
Blepharoplasty Upper (Local ) From £3,000

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Disclaimer Note:

Pricing may vary depending on the consultation with our Surgeon and may vary depending on the body type and individual requirement.


Our team will consult you on multiple occasions prior to your surgery or treatment. They will also check on your recovery progress following your surgery in the follow-up consultations to ensure we achieve optimum results.

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is generally done under local anaesthetic (with the patient awake). However, if lower eyelids are done at the same time, then it is best for the patient to undergo a general anaesthetic (be put to sleep) for the greater and safety to the patient.

This operation is designed to remove the extra skin and fat of the eyelid within the boundaries of the socket of the eye. It does not address the crow’s feet at the side of the eye and other techniques such as botulinum toxin injections are more helpful in addressing this.

For the safety of our patients, our surgical procedures are performed in a CQC registered hospital. At the time of your consultation and the surgeon will be more than happy to answer questions.

When Can I Wear Make-up After Blepharoplasty?

You can wear your contact lenses when it is comfortable for you (usually between 3 to 7 days).

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