The Grange Clinic


Eyes Reborn: Discover the Magic of Blepharoplasty

Say goodbye to tired, droopy eyelids and embrace a refreshed, youthful appearance with blepharoplasty, a highly sought-after surgical procedure offered exclusively at The Grange Clinic.

Our expert team of certified cosmetic surgeons are dedicated to helping you enhance your natural beauty and regain your self-confidence through safe and effective treatments. With blepharoplasty, we can address sagging skin, puffiness, and wrinkles around the eyes, helping you achieve a more vibrant and rejuvenated look.

Reclaim Your Youth: The Power of Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic procedure designed to rejuvenate the appearance of the eyes. It targets the upper and/or lower eyelids, addressing issues such as sagging skin, puffiness, and wrinkles. By removing excess skin and fat and tightening the surrounding muscles, blepharoplasty can restore a more youthful and refreshed look to the eyes, enhancing overall facial aesthetics.

The Surgical Procedure:

At The Grange Clinic, blepharoplasty is performed by our skilled team of certified cosmetic surgeons. The surgery is typically conducted under local anaesthesia with sedation to ensure your comfort throughout the procedure.

The surgical technique varies depending on your specific needs and goals, as well as whether you are addressing the upper or lower eyelids or both. Here is an overview of the process:

Upper Blepharoplasty: To address the upper eyelids, the surgeon will create discreet incisions along the natural creases of the eyelids. Through these incisions, excess skin and fat deposits are carefully removed. The underlying muscles may also be tightened if necessary. The incisions are then meticulously closed with fine sutures, resulting in minimal scarring that fades over time.
Lower Blepharoplasty: For the lower eyelids, the surgeon will make incisions either just below the lash line or on the inside of the eyelid (transconjunctival approach). The chosen approach depends on the specific concerns being addressed. Excess skin, fat, or muscle is then removed or repositioned to improve the contour of the lower eyelids. The incisions are closed with sutures or left to heal naturally, depending on the technique used.

Throughout the surgery, our experienced surgeons pay careful attention to achieving a harmonious balance between the upper and lower eyelids and the surrounding facial features. The aim is to create natural-looking results that enhance your unique beauty.

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The Art of Rejuvenation: Qualities that Make You an Ideal Candidate for Blepharoplasty

If you are experiencing any of the following concerns, you may be an ideal candidate for blepharoplasty:

  • Excess skin or fat deposits in the upper or lower eyelids.
  • Sagging or drooping eyelids that impair your vision.
  • Puffiness or bags under the eyes that make you appear tired or older.
  • Wrinkles, creases, or fine lines around the eyes that you wish to address.

Blepharoplasty may also be useful for people who have experienced changes in the appearance of their eyelids due to aging, sun damage, or other factors. By removing excess skin, fat, and muscle, blepharoplasty can restore a more youthful appearance to the eyes and face.

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Several clinical studies and case reports have investigated the use of blepharoplasty in cosmetic surgery. In one study, 50 patients underwent upper eyelid blepharoplasty and were followed up for 6 months. The study found that all patients experienced a significant improvement in the appearance of their eyelids, with no major complications or adverse events reported.

Case reports have also shown promising results with the use of blepharoplasty. In one case, a patient underwent blepharoplasty to address sagging skin and puffiness in the upper eyelids, and the results were described as "dramatic" and "natural-looking." In another case a patient underwent lower eyelid blepharoplasty to address under-eye bags, and the results were described as "improving self-confidence" and "restoring a more youthful appearance."

Aftercare and recovery

Duration of the Surgery: At The Grange Clinic, our surgeons perform blepharoplasty with precision and efficiency. The duration of the procedure varies depending on the extent of the surgery and your individual needs. Typically, blepharoplasty takes approximately 1 to 3 hours to complete, ensuring minimal disruption to your daily routine.

Recovery Process and Duration: After your blepharoplasty procedure, our dedicated team will provide comprehensive post-operative care instructions to facilitate a smooth recovery. While recovery times may vary from person to person, you can generally expect the following:

  • Swelling and bruising may occur initially, but they will gradually subside over the next 1 to 2 weeks.
  • You may experience mild discomfort, which can be managed with prescribed medication.
  • It is essential to keep your head elevated and follow all post-operative care instructions provided by our team.
  • Most patients can return to work and resume their regular activities within 1 to 2 weeks, although strenuous exercise and contact sports should be avoided for a few weeks.
Like any surgical procedure, blepharoplasty carries a risk of complications. Some of the potential complications of blepharoplasty include:

1. Bleeding: Bleeding is a common complication of blepharoplasty, and can occur during or after the procedure.
2. Infection: Infection is another potential complication of blepharoplasty. Patients are typically given antibiotics to prevent infection, but in some cases, infection may still occur and require additional treatment.
3. Nerve damage: Blepharoplasty can cause damage to the nerves that control eye movement, leading to temporary or permanent numbness or altered sensation.
4. Scarring: While blepharoplasty is designed to minimize scarring, some scarring is inevitable. In some cases, scarring may be more extensive than expected, or may be more visible than desired.
5. Dry eyes: Blepharoplasty can interfere with tear production, leading to dry eyes and discomfort.
6. Dissatisfaction with results: While blepharoplasty can provide significant improvements in the appearance of the eyelids, some patients may be dissatisfied with the results. This can lead to emotional distress and may require additional surgery to correct.

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