Eyelid surgery archive

At Clinica London, we often blog about surgeries we perform on eyelids. Because there is a variety of different eyelid surgeries that we offer, we blog about them in order to inform our readers.

The technology for these surgeries are advanced and often a very low risk. The surgeries are frequently done for aesthetic purposes, drooping eyelids for example, but usually also serve a functional purpose and can help with visual function and improve the patients quality of life. To learn more about surgery for eyelids, please read our blog, subscribe to our newsletter, or contact us.

Blogs about Eyelid surgery

What it is like having glaucoma and then eyelid surgery

At only 28, and after several operations on each eye and also recent eyelid surgeries for ptosis, Kirsty has had more than her fair share of eye surgery. Still, you wouldn't find a sign of it on her face. In this interview with Jane Olver, Kirsty shares what it is like having glaucoma and then eyelid surgery.

By | 2017-12-22T11:24:04+00:00 December 26th, 2017|Eyelid Surgery, Glaucoma, Jane Olver|0 Comments

“I have no problem looking people in the eye now”

"I have no problems looking at people in the eye now. " Heidi is now three weeks after her upper eyelid ptosis surgery and delighted about her results! Read this interview with Heidi and Jane in this blog post and learn about the amazing effects a ptosis surgery can have on your self-confidence!

By | 2017-12-19T17:50:26+00:00 December 23rd, 2017|Eyelid Surgery|0 Comments

Ptosis Surgery in Young Adults aged 25 to 40

There are different types of ptosis, from thinning of the delicate eyelid tissue with age (involutional), traumatic from a direct injury and congenital, being born with a drooping eyelid. Ptosis can also be caused by contact lenses, short-sightedness, or runs in the family. In this blog post, Jane Olver discusses special considerations for young adults between the ages of 25 and 40 who have ptosis.

By | 2017-12-19T17:47:51+00:00 December 22nd, 2017|Eyelid Surgery|0 Comments

Surgical and non-surgical options for fixing tired looking eyes

Do you have tired looking eyes or heavy upper eyelids resting on the upper lid lashes? If yes, you might consider upper lid blepharoplasty or non-surgical periorbital treatment at Clinica London. Our wide range of in-house options means we can suggest the right treatment for your needs and lifestyle.

By | 2017-12-12T13:45:02+00:00 December 11th, 2017|Aesthetics, Eyelid Surgery|Comments Off on Surgical and non-surgical options for fixing tired looking eyes

Heidi’s experience after fixing her drooping upper eyelid with ptosis surgery

This is the second of two eyelid surgery posts about ptosis. I interviewed a young lady aged 24 years who had left upper eyelid ptosis surgery for a drooping eyelid, just one week before. This post shares her experience after her ptosis surgery.

By | 2017-12-08T18:13:26+00:00 November 17th, 2017|Eyelid Surgery, Jane Olver|Comments Off on Heidi’s experience after fixing her drooping upper eyelid with ptosis surgery

Heidi’s experience before and during fixing her drooping upper eyelid with ptosis surgery

This is the first of two eyelid surgery posts about ptosis. I interviewed a young lady aged 24 years who had left upper eyelid ptosis surgery for a drooping eyelid, just one week before. I asked her about her experience with the whole process of ptosis surgery, and how she had found it, what she felt and how she now looked.

By | 2017-12-08T18:13:26+00:00 November 16th, 2017|Eyelid Surgery, Jane Olver|Comments Off on Heidi’s experience before and during fixing her drooping upper eyelid with ptosis surgery

Improved vision after eyelid blepharoplasty ptosis surgery

This is the last blog post in a series of a patient's experience with blepharoplasty where we discuss Roger's visual improvements since eyelid surgery.

By | 2017-12-08T18:13:27+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Eyelid Surgery, Jane Olver|Comments Off on Improved vision after eyelid blepharoplasty ptosis surgery