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I offer upper eyelid reduction (blepharoplasty) and cosmetic mole and scar revision under local anaesthetic.


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Upper eyelid reduction

Upper eyelid reduction, also known as upper blepharoplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure designed to enhance the appearance of the upper eyelids. This surgery is commonly chosen by individuals who experience sagging or drooping upper eyelids due to aging, genetics, or other factors. The procedure involves the removal or repositioning of excess skin, muscle, and, in some cases, fat deposits from the upper eyelids.

During upper eyelid reduction, an incision is typically made along the natural crease of the upper eyelid, allowing the surgeon to access and modify the underlying tissues. The goal is to create a more alert, youthful, and rejuvenated appearance by addressing issues such as hooded eyelids or impaired vision caused by excessive skin.


Choosing to have a mole removed

Opting for cosmetic mole removal is a decision often driven by personal preferences and aesthetic concerns. Individuals may choose this procedure to address moles that are deemed unattractive, protruding, or located in noticeable areas. Cosmetic mole removal is generally a straightforward outpatient procedure that involves excising the mole, and it is commonly performed for both medical and aesthetic reasons. The decision to undergo cosmetic mole removal reflects a desire for an improved appearance and increased self-confidence.

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Types of procedure

These procedures can be done under a local anaesthetic, most procedures of this type will be outpatient procedures, meaning you can go home a short while after your procedure. This makes scheduling much simpler and general indicates a faster recovery time.


Minor procedure recovery time

This can vary from procedure to procedure. Removing a mole from your face will have very minimal downtime. You should be able to go back to work the next day. For procedures such as blepharoplasty, you may feel fit and well straight away but will have practical difficulties due to swelling and tenderness around your eyes. It is advised to wear sunglasses and keep your eyes and scars well protected for several weeks.

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