Upper Blepharoplasty aims to target puffiness of the upper eyelid and excess skin on the upper eyelid, which can sometimes impair vision. An incision is made in the fold of the eyelid and excess skin is removed to create natural-looking wide open eyes.
We want to ensure that aesthetic results meet patient safety and care. It is one of our priorities at Cosmetic Evolution. This process ensures that you are kept informed throughout your experience with us and we will make sure you understand everything you need to, while still striving to achieve your ideal outcome.
Please ensure you are informed before beginning with this procedure. We want you to make informed decisions, so if you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to our CE Support Team, who will happily answer them.
Why Upper Blepharoplasty?
Upper Blepharoplasty is suitable for those who have:
- Puffy upper eyelids
- Excess skin covering the natural fold of the upper eyelid
- Excess skin hanging over the lash line, which can impair vision
The skin around the eye area is very delicate, meaning that it is one of the first places to show signs of ageing and tiredness. Upper Blepharoplasty can help fight these signs of ageing by removing sagging skin around the upper eye, helping the eyes look revitalised.
In Upper Blepharoplasty, an incision is made in the fold of the eyelid to remove excess skin. The scars from the incisions should fade within 6 months and as they are placed within the folds, they are barely visible. The results of the procedure should be seen within 3-6 weeks. The procedure should take 1-2.5 hours, depending on the extent of each case.
This procedure can also be performed in conjunction with Lower Blepharoplasty, which aims to target excess skin, bags and droopiness under the eyes. By performing a Double Blepharoplasty, a total rejuvenation of the eyes can be completed.
Ready for a Consult?
If Upper Blepharoplasty sounds like the right procedure for you, take the next step by booking a Consultation with one of our experienced surgeons.