Eyelid Surgery Perth WA (Blepharoplasty)

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“Refresh your look and revitalise your eyes with eyelid rejuvenation”

Our eyelid rejuvenation treatment, or blepharoplasty, in Perth helps to improve the look of puffy or tired eyes by surgically tightening and lifting the skin for a refreshed, youthful look.

What is a blepharoplasty?

Blepharoplasty is the alteration of the appearance of the upper or lower eyelids to improve the way that they look cosmetically. A blepharoplasty surgery aims to rejuvenate the eyelid area and to give you a new beautiful and naturally revitalised look. This treatment can be performed on the upper or lower eyelids or both. The goal of upper and lower blepharoplasty is three-fold — to remove the excess skin and bulging fat that lead to tired and puffy-looking eyes, to improve your vision and to create a fresher and more rejuvenated appearance.

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Upper Blepharoplasty (External Excision)

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Lower Blepharoplasty (External Excision)

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Lower Blepharoplasty (Internal Excision)

By removing excess skin and fat from around the eye, patients can benefit from a much more youthful, refreshed and alert look that can also add years back to their eyes and face as a whole.

Sagging eyelid skin can not only make you look and feel older, causing both men and women to feel a lack of confidence and attractiveness, but in some instances, it can also lead to vision problems as the drooping eyelids can physically block the line of sight.

Fortunately, whether you have vision impairment or simply wish to revitalise your look, blepharoplasty can restore functionality and provide visible, attractive improvements in a straightforward surgical procedure that easily pairs with other cosmetic treatments, providing total facial rejuvenation.

Patients can often include a blepharoplasty procedure along with their facelift, neck lift or injectable procedures.

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What will happen during my blepharoplasty procedure?

During a blepharoplasty, patients typically receive local anaesthesia with sedation. In some cases, patients may have light sedation instead, depending on their individual circumstances and needs. After sedation, Dr Anh will mark the area where she will place the incisions which will allow her to gain access to the underlying tissues where augmentations will be made. If you have decided to have both an upper and lower blepharoplasty procedure, in most cases, the upper eyelid will receive treatment before the lower eyelid.

Dr Anh will place the incisions within the natural folds of the eyelids so that they will not be visible after surgery. In addition, she will take every step possible to ensure that any visible scarring will be kept to a minimum so as not to detract from the overall final outcome of your surgery. After making her incisions, Dr Anh will repair and augment the tissues necessary to produce the look discussed during your consultation, and this may include alteration of the levator muscle (the muscle responsible for eyelid movement), excision of eyelid skin or removal or replacement of eyelid fat.

When all necessary steps have been taken, Dr Anh will close the incision with sutures. The entire procedure may take anywhere between one and a half to two and half hours, depending on which techniques your surgery involves, and since blepharoplasty is a day-hospital procedure, you will be allowed to return home immediately after your treatment to begin your recovery.

Fortunately, whether you have vision impairment or simply wish to revitalise your look, blepharoplasty can restore functionality and provide visible, attractive improvements in a straightforward surgical procedure that easily pairs with other cosmetic treatments, providing total facial rejuvenation.

Patients can often include a blepharoplasty procedure along with their facelift, neck lift or injectable procedures.

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The versatility of upper eyelid surgery makes it an extremely desirable procedure to consider on its own or as a part of a broader treatment plan. Patients who have a blepharoplasty will enjoy a highly-customisable procedure that can provide substantial rejuvenation on its own.

In addition to rejuvenating the eye and facial area of patients and improving vision, eyelid surgery also produces a more awake and inviting facial expression. Loose and sagging eyelid skin often create a tired, aged appearance that doesn’t correspond to how an individual truly feels.

If you are experiencing these symptoms and the unwanted feelings they can cause, then a blepharoplasty procedure can help correct these problems and improve your wellbeing.

Eyelid rejuvenation is typically used to treat:

  • Loose or sagging skin around the eyes
  • Excess deposits of fat that appear as puffiness under the eyes
  • Excess skin and wrinkles around the lower eyelid
  • Droopiness of the lower eyelid

A thorough and detailed consultation process will take into account your concerns, desired look and facial anatomy to provide you with the most attractive, individual and long-lasting result. An eyelid surgery can address both upper and lower eyelid issues, including under-eye puffiness. A full, in-person evaluation will help determine the best variant of the procedure for you.

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Perth residents, schedule your blepharoplasty consultation with Dr Rob Choa today!

An eyelid surgery performed by a capable Plastic Surgeon like Dr Rob Choa can truly delivery head-turning results, providing the youthful refreshed look you maybe thought was irrecoverable.

Dr Rob Choa has worked at some of the most prestigious hospitals in the UK, and was personally selected by Dr Anh to practice at her Perth clinic.

If you feel ready to take the next step and have a consultation to discuss your treatment options, please call us today on 08 9361 2118