What is Canthoplasty surgery?

Women’s Upper Eyelid Surgery
In order to create a less tired and more youthful appearance, an upper eyelid lift, also known as an upper blepharoplasty, involves removing the folds of loose skin and bulges of fat that sit over the top eyelids.
The skin and muscles surrounding the eyes weaken and stretch as a result of gravity’s downward pull and a loss of skin elasticity. This leads to an accumulation of loose skin and fat protrusions that give the impression of “eye bags” or a hooded appearance of the upper eyelid skin. Smoking, sun exposure, and weight loss may all have an accelerating effect on this feature, which may run in families.
Your eyes droop and puff up due to increased fat deposits and skin on the eyelids. Skin on the top eyelids that is heavy or excessively sagging frequently affects many women. Surgery on the upper eyelids would be the ideal solution for this problem.
Surgery for the Eyelids Can Give You a Younger Look
Many female patients choose to undergo this procedure to improve their vision or to revitalize the eye area for a more vibrant, youthful appearance. Sagging skin, muscle, and fat over the eye can all be removed by this kind of surgery. The extra skin is removed by the surgeon through a small incision, which helps to reduce the appearance of aging and makes you look young and lovely.
Choosing an effective treatment
The usual anesthetic for this kind of operation is either local or general. Depending on each case, the surgery itself takes an hour or so. Healing happens gradually. Although it is really powerful, you will need to wait at least a few weeks before you start to see benefits. Following surgery, there may be some soreness, swelling, tenderness, and bruising, but these side effects are only transient. This procedure can be done on its own or in combination with other facial surgery operations like a facelift or brow lift.

Upper Blepharoplasty is used to perform upper eyelid lifts
An upper blepharoplasty is a surgery that is done by one of our consultant plastic surgeons (MOPS) in our minor operations suite with local anesthesia.
Because an upper blepharoplasty requires competence, we advise picking a surgeon who has completed a comprehensive cosmetic surgery training program. These surgeons will be put on the Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery of the General Medical Council.
What steps are included in an upper blepharoplasty?

What steps are included in an upper blepharoplasty?

One of our most popular operations is upper blepharoplasty (a surgical procedure to raise the upper eyelids). Currently, we do more than 200 of these surgeries each year.
The method from inquiry to action is outlined below
Booking a consultation with one of our five consultant plastic surgeons, which costs £150, is the first step.

An appointment typically requires a minimum of two weeks’ notice, but occasionally longer.
The majority of people reserve a surgery session at the same time because there is a lead time for the procedure (a £500 deposit is required).

Our consultant plastic surgeons will examine your eyelids and talk with you about the outcomes you wish to achieve during your consultation.

If we determine that you are not a candidate for surgery, we will send you back to our front desk, where your £500 procedure deposit will be fully reimbursed.

Not everyone is a good candidate for the surgery; our Consultant Plastic Surgeons will offer you a completely frank assessment of your suitability. We are upfront and honest about this.
On average, 73% of those we encounter are qualified for the surgery.

Unfortunately, 27% of them are unsuitable. If we don’t think you’ll achieve the outcome you desire from the procedure, we won’t execute it.


We don’t offer an online consultation service for people getting blepharoplasty because upper eyelid surgery needs to be carefully planned and looked over.
Your consultant plastic surgeon will check your eyes at your consultation to determine whether you are a candidate for treatment, go over the process, and go over your post-treatment goals.
The technique
the natural crease of the upper eyelid is where the incision lines (and scars) are located. These cuts are somewhat extended into the laugh lines or crow’s feet at the corner of the eyes. Through this incision, extra skin, drooping muscles, and superfluous fat are also removed. Eyelid scars deteriorate with time and typically become barely noticeable after a few months.
Skin folds beneath the eye socket won’t get any better. A brow-lift along with an upper blepharoplasty may be advised if the folds of skin on the upper eyelid are caused by the eyebrow dropping.
Patients can leave the hospital and return home the same day. We advise waiting till the swelling and bruises have gone down before going back to work. Bruising lasts for around a week. You can use makeup shortly after the sutures are typically removed, which normally happens within 7 days.
Aspirin-and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug-containing pills, including Ibuprofen and Diclofenac, should be avoided for at least two weeks prior to surgery as they increase the risk of bleeding.
There is a chance of problems with any surgery, even cosmetic ones. There is a very small risk of blindness with certain procedures on the eyelids. During your appointment, you and the surgeon will go through these and all other details of the procedure, including the price.
Where is the procedure conducted?

The Minor Operations Suite Skin Surgery Clinic in Leeds is where the operation is performed. We are a health center that is accredited by the Care Quality Commission.
Following the procedure

After your surgery, your surgeon will give you detailed instructions on how to take care of yourself and will ask you to come back in about a week to check on how you’re doing and have the stitches taken out.


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