Eye Lift

What is an eye lift?

This surgery focuses on both the top and bottom eyelids to reduce sagging skin, and reduce the appearance of ageing.

What types are available?

Both of these surgeries can be paired together for a full eye lift. The surgery is highly invasive, as the surgeon removes skin and adds or removes fat from both the lower and upper eyelids to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and make your eyes look rejuvenated. The surgery when choosing both will take around one – two hours, but will be shorter if you are only having one or the other.

Upper Eye Lift

Lower Eye Lift

Is an eye lift for you?

  • Before choosing to have an eyelift, you need to consider:
  • Is there a less invasive option for your issue?
  • Is there someone to help with you for the first days after surgery?
  • Can you take time off for recovery?
  • Are you in good health?
  • What prescriptions are you taking?

You should always speak to your surgeon about all of these things in the consultation, before going ahead with the surgery.

For information on where to find your nearest clinic & the price of treatments
https://www.transforminglives.co.uk/#84rD3SFZEddlRFsM.97
Read what the NHS has to say to help you make your decision
http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/cosmetic-treatments-guide/Pages/cosmetic-surgery-overview.aspx
Is cosmetic surgery for you?
http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/cosmetic-treatments-guide/Pages/Is-cosmetic-surgery-right-for-me.aspx
Surgery advice from the British association of aesthetic plastic surgeons
http://baaps.org.uk/safety-in-surgery/consumer-safety-guidelines
Why you should use a member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons for your cosmetic surgery
http://baaps.org.uk/safety-in-surgery/why-use-a-baaps-member
Cosmetic surgery checklist from the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons
http://www.bapras.org.uk/public/patient-information/cosmetic-surgery/considering-cosmetic-surgery

Typical cost of an eyelift

The average cost of a full eyelift in the UK is £3,365, however the price can vary between £2000-£6400.

Risks & Side Effects

  • Bleeding
  • Infections
  • Dry eyes
  • Abnormal eyelid folds
  • Abnormal discolouring of the eyelids
  • Unable to fully close your eyes
  • Possible vision loss

Recommended Surgeons

Best for Eyes

Mr. Amir Tadros
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland

Mr. Brian Leatherbarrow
Location: Manchester

Mr. Douglas D McGeorge
Location: Chester