Since the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the requests for upper eyelift  surgery has become increasingly more common, Some thoughts on the reasons for this are the ‘Zoom Boom’ as faces are exposed digitally and on camera for meetings and communications on a daily basis.In cities like Manchester and  Chester as well as others throughout the UK. At Reflect Clinic we have helped many patients increase their confidence and their quality of life through cosmetic surgery.

Upper Blepharoplasty is the medical name for the operation to remove excess skin on the upper eyelids which lead to a hooded appearance on the eyelifts as the excess skin rests on the lid, sometimes resting on the eyelashes and sometimes lowering the skin over the eye which can reduce vision.

What is an Upper Eyelift?

Upper eyelift surgery, medically known as blepharoplasty – bleph meaning eyes and plasty meaning the shaping is one of the best procedures you can undertake to help achieve a more youthful, invigorated look. Based on the amount of down time and recovery from upper eyelift surgery this procedure is perfect based on investment versus results of surgery.

The upper eyelift procedure itself takes only 45-50 minutes to complete. Whilst for some patients, nerves about the procedure are a factor in not opting for this procedure that you most want, rest assured that we have year’s of experience and lots of patients who have felt the same way as you. We will guide and support you through the operation to make sure that you feel comfortable and supported throughout. The procedure is carried out through local anaesthetic. With the upper blepharoplasty procedure there is no need to stay in overnight and you’ll be able to return home on the same day that you have the surgery. You’ll next visit us about 7 days later to remove your stitches. There will be some minor swelling at this point but you’ll still be able to see the positive benefits of this procedure.

Thinking of Having Upper Eyelift surgery in Chester?

If you are considering having upper eyelift surgery, the first thing you would need to do is book an appointment at our Wilmslow clinic, where you will have an initial meeting with a plastic surgeon such as our lead surgeon, Gerard Lambe. This is where you will have the opportunity to discuss your concerns, your background, and why you believe that you would like to have upper eyelift surgery You will also be able to ask any general questions (or questions that may be specific to you) about the procedure. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, we understand this may be a new experience and you may be out of your comfort zone discussing something that has bothered you and you have probably thought about it for a long time. We are here to help, guide and support you throughout the process, so ask away!

After your initial meeting, you will then come in for a first consultation at our Cheshire clinic in Wilmslow Hospital. Here, your plastic surgeon, Mr Lambe, will talk you through the plan for you and what is the procedure for your breast reduction. Again, you will have the opportunity to ask questions to make sure this is the right procedure, and the right time, for you.

So, if you are thinking about having breast reduction surgery in Chester, please don’t hesitate to call the team at Reflect Clinic Chester with any questions or to book your consultation today!

 

 

Please follow and like us: