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Your first consultation

Before you go ahead with your blepharoplasty procedure you’ll want all the facts as well as expert advice about the results you can realistically expect*. Your initial consultation is free of charge and you’ll be under no obligation to go ahead.

Our cosmetic surgery procedures are carried out in one of our own Transform hospitals in London or Manchester, which are purpose-built for cosmetic surgery. For patients in Scotland and Northern Ireland we work in partnership with private cosmetic surgery providers who meet our stringent standards of clinical and patient care. 

At your free consultation with your surgeon, you’ll talk in detail about what the procedure involves for you and the results you can expect*. Your surgeon will ask about any eye problems you may have, such as dry eye or glaucoma. You might also have a vision test and/or a test to see how well your eyes produce tears. If your surgeon needs more detailed information before performing your procedure, we may also ask you to visit an ophthalmologist (eye specialist).

Questions you may want to ask your surgeon include:

  • What will happen during the procedure?
  • Will I feel any pain or discomfort during surgery?
  • Will I have any scars?
  • How long should I take off work?
  • What could go wrong?
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*Cosmetic surgery results and benefits can vary and are different for each individual. As such, Transform cannot guarantee specific results.

To make sure everything runs smoothly in the lead up to your operation, please ensure that you've:

  • Booked your pre-operative screening consultation at the Transform Clinic. This is just to make sure you’re fit and healthy for your operation.
  • Booked time off work for your operation.
  • Read the post-operative tips on our blepharoplasty aftercare page.
  • Read the important pre-op instructions on your Admission Sheet which include: 
    • Let us know if you feel unwell with a cold or infection before your operation as it could affect you reaction to the anaesthetic.
    • Please remove all nail varnish and any body piercings before you come to hospital for hygiene reasons.
    • Remember to not eat for 6 hours and don’t drink anything for 2 hours before your admission time.

If you have any questions or need more advice, don’t hesitate to call your Transform hospital or your Patient Care Co-ordinator.

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