Eye Lid Reduction Eye lid reduction (Blepharoplasty) is a cosmetic procedure to remove excess skin from the upper and/or lower eyelids.
We have a team of consultant plastic surgeons who offer tailored operations to suit individual needs including surgical eye lid reduction,
tear trough filler or laser resurfacing.
If you are considering eye lid reduction surgery you can book an consultation with one of our Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons to gain a full understanding of eye lid reduction and a chance to raise any concerns you may have with the procedure.
What happens during a surgical eye lid reduction?
During the surgical eye lid reduction, the surgeon will remove unwanted skin, fat and muscle through a incision along the eyelid crease. The surgeon then closes up the incision, which will hide the scar in the natural fold of the eyelid.
The price can vary if you require both upper and lower eye lid reduction surgery.
If you would like to find out more, you can book a consultation with one of our Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons to discuss possible surgery.
Before considering surgery it is important to be aware that all surgical procedures carries a certain amount of risk and it is important that you understand the risks involved with eye lid reduction.
Key facts about the procedure
Why choose us:
We believe that you should see a qualified surgeon who will be performing the eye lid reduction surgery right from the start.
Following your consultation, it is important to give yourself some time to ensure that you want the surgery and to make sure you feel at ease with the surgeon who will be treating you.
All of our consultants are registered on the General Medical Council (GMC). In addition to this, our Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons are also members of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), and/or members of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS).
Why choose us for eye lid reduction
Consultant level care every time
Flexible appointments to suit you
Comprehensive aftercare, including emergency contact details
Eye lid reduction (Upper or Lower eye lids) guide price
Total Guide Price
The guide price may vary depending on:
Which consultant you choose
Your medical history
The type of anaesthetic your consultant advises is best for you
The type of implant, drug or the actual procedure you choose or your consultant advises is best for you
The guide prices correct as at the 1 of February, 2021
Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons withhold the right to charge a fee if the Consultation is not strictly cosmetic related, or if the patient is privately insured. You can contact our outpatient department on
01744 746 425 if you have any questions regarding free consultations.
Our cosmetic aftercare promise
Fairfield Independent Hospital has been providing excellence in cosmetic surgery for over 25 years and our commitment to you extends beyond surgery.
Our promise to you:
Post operative appointments with your surgeon at no extra cost
24/7 dedicated contact telephone number
Our promise to cover the costs of further surgery, if required*
We offer a comprehensive aftercare policy for all of our cosmetic patients covering the cost of all your post-operative check-ups and offer unlimited appointments with your surgeon following surgery. After your surgery you will be given a 24/7 contact telephone number to our experienced clinical team should you have any concerns or questions.
*The aftercare promise covers the cost of any surgical intervention that may be required as a result of the treatment you have received for up to 12 months after you have been discharged from hospital.
Before considering cosmetic surgery it is important to be aware that all surgical procedures carry a certain amount of risk, and it is important that you understand the potential complications and risks of the particular surgery you are considering.
The initial consultation guide price covers the cost of your initial appointment with your consultant. The consultation fee is due in full on the day of the appointment.
The Main Treatment guide price covers your stay in hospital as long as it is clinically necessary. This guide price includes all pre-operative tests that the Hospital requires to ensure you are fit for surgery, the fees for your consultant and anaesthetist to perform the procedure, and any nursing care, medication and food after. However, if your consultant advises that you need a different prosthesis, or you request a non standard item, then the guide price for your treatment will alter. This will be made clear to you before you go ahead with your treatment and will become the ‘fixed price’. The payment for the main treatment is due in full, ten days prior to your admission date.
Post discharge care following your discharge from Hospital is included in your fixed price care package. This price includes a single post-op consultant consultation and physiotherapy visits (up to the number stated), removal of any stitches, change of dressings and any medication you need to take home with you. The main treatment price also includes the cost of treating any complications at the Hospital for 365 days following the date of your procedure where those complications arise directly out of the treatment you receive as part of your treatment package and are identified within 365 days of your discharge from Hospital, provided that you have followed the advice of your Consultants and any other medical professionals involved in your care following the procedure. This includes any consultations, outpatient, day-care and inpatient treatment that the Consultant says you need and which the Hospital agrees to provide.
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How to book:
To book your consultation please contact us on
01744 746 425 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your initial consultation is with the Consultant who will be carrying out your procedure/s – not a nurse or a salesperson.
About your recovery:
What is the recovery time for eye lid reduction surgery?
Eye lid reduction recovery times and the speed with which you can return to everyday activities can vary depending on the individual and the type of surgery carried out.
With eye lid reduction surgery you should be able to go home the same day or the day after, and if you are required to stay over night there is no impact on the price you pay for your treatment.
Be sure to discuss your return to work following a eye lid reduction with your Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon.
It is important that you follow the advice the hospital and your consultant provide you.
As part of our aftercare you will be provided with a direct telephone number to our nurses department should you experience any difficulties or concerns when you are discharged.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) – Eye Lid Reduction Patient Guide
British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) – Eye Lid Reduction Patient Guide
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