What male eye bag removal can do
As we age the muscles around the eyes relax and lose elasticity of the skin surrounding them. Our experienced cosmetic surgeons can carefully remove bags under your eyes or drooping eyelids to make you look much younger.
The techniques we use
The procedure our surgeons use to treat this problem is called blepharoplasty. There are three types of blepharoplasty that we perform.
1. Upper blepharoplasty
This is performed along crease line of upper eyelid.
2. Lower blepharoplasty
A lower blephoraplasty is performed along the crease of the lower eyelash.
3. Upper and lower blepharoplasty
This is when both procedures are performed together.
Your surgeon will make incisions into either the creases in your eyelids or just below your eyelashes. The excess fat and skin is removed to tighten up the area. This type of surgery can make a real difference to your appearance.
Before and after images
At your consultation with one of our Patient Care Co-ordinators, you'll be able to view a selection of before and after photographs of our previous patients.
Side effects, risks and complications
All procedures are performed under local anaesthetic. However, any surgical procedure does carry a risk of complications. We'll explain these clearly to you before you make any decision to undergo surgery.
*Cosmetic surgery results and benefits can vary and are different for each individual. As such, Transform cannot guarantee specific results.
You can leave the Transform hospital the same day if you have either an upper or lower blepharoplasty. If you have both procedures an overnight stay will be required. Your eyes may feel sore initially and you will probably want to take a few days off work whilst they begin to heal. Before leaving hospital we'll give you practical advice on how to look after the treated area and ask you to make a follow-up appointment to check your progress. We'll also give you a 24/7 patient helpline number to call if you've any concerns. This is just part of our 3-year full aftercare programme.
How much does it cost?
Eye bag removal costs start at £2,850. The price does however depend on the individual and the extent of the surgery required. Your free consultation with a surgeon will enable us to give you an exact cost.
Book a consultation
If you are interested in eye bag surgery, the first step is to book a consultation with one of our patient care co-ordinators who will talk you through the process. You will then be invited to a free consultation with one of our experienced surgeons.
If you've already had a made an appointment with one of our patient care co-ordinators but want more information, we can help. Click here for advice on how to get the most out of your free consultation with a surgeon.