For those concerned about droopy eyelids, puffy eyes or sagging under eye skin then an eye lift or eyelid surgery may be for you. The blepharoplasty surgery involves an incision either in the natural crease lines above the eyelashes or under the eyelashes. It removes excess skin and fat from the eyelid and under eye areas. Book a private consultation for free (normally valued at $300) by calling 8599 7161. Our staff is happy to answer your questions and show you more before/after photos in our clinic.
The upper eye lid surgery involves the separation of the skin from the subcutaneous layer of the eye. Excess fat is removed and sagging skin and muscle is trimmed. The under eye blepharoplasty surgery involves the lifting and gently tensioning of the skin, after the initial incision, and removing the excess skin. Both variations of eye lift surgery are closed with very find sutures along the eyes natural lines and creases.
If you’re concerned about the aesthetics or functionality of your eye lid area and would like to find out more about blepharoplasty costs then fill out the form to the right or call us to organise a consultation with one of our trained experts.
Eyelid Surgery / Upper Eyelid Surgery
Also known as Upper Blepharoplasty
Useful to remove the Excess upper eyelid skin and fat that makes the person appear tired
Common Patterns of Ageing of the Upper Eyelid vary and are influenced by age and genetics.
- Excess upper eyelid skin
- Excess skin + Excess bulging eyelid fat is the commonest type of change
- Excess Skin and Excess bulging eyelid fat combined with a droopy eyebrow is also a common presentation.
Upper Blepharoplsty or Upper Eyelid Lift involves excision of the excess eyelid skin, muscle and careful removal of excess eyelid fat. This can be combined with Droopy Eyelid Surgery, Lower Eyelid Surgery, or Brow Lift surgery to enhance the results. Surgery is performed as a Day Surgery Case and the Downtime is about a week.
Disclaimer: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.