Whether you’re seeking a more youthful and alert look or improved vision, our team has the perfect eye treatment for you.
We’re committed to delivering exceptional and high-quality services for drooping eyelids, ensuring each patient receives personalised care and achieves the best possible results.
If you feel like your drooping eyelids are making you look older, let our team rejuvenate your appearance and leave you feeling more confident than ever.
Drooping eyelid non-surgical treatments can significantly enhance the appearance of your face through a range of benefits, all targeted at rejuvenating your eye area.
Our clinicians bring a wealth of expertise, experience, and dedication to the field of aesthetic and dermatological care, ensuring you receive the highest standard of treatment possible.
A drooping eyelid treatment is designed to correct and alleviate the sagging of the upper eyelids, known as ptosis. This procedure aims to improve both the functional aspect, by enhancing vision and comfort, and the aesthetic aspect, by rejuvenating the appearance of the eyes for a more youthful and alert look.
Drooping eyelids treatment is popular for those who suffer from sagging skin. Often, people opt for this treatment due to a combination of functional, aesthetic, and personal considerations, including:
Before your treatment, our team will arrange an initial consultion with you to explain what is involved with the procedure. Here, you can ask any questions you have, including an explanation on your medical history.
Leading up to the appointment, we may ask you to refrain from various substances, such as alcohol, cigarettes, and any blood-thinning medications. This ensures you are well-prepped for your drooping eyelid treatment.
When it’s time for your treatment, your expert clinician will:
Aftercare is essential following a drooping eyelid treatment. We recommend:
Drooping eyelids, medically known as ptosis, can be caused by various factors, including age-related changes, medical conditions, and injuries. The most common cause of ptosis is the natural aging process, which leads to the weakening of the levator muscle responsible for lifting the eyelids.
Other potential causes include congenital ptosis, a condition present from birth due to underdeveloped eyelid muscles, and neurological disorders that affect the nerves controlling eyelid movement. Trauma, such as an injury or surgery, can also result in drooping eyelids.
Non-surgical drooping eyelid treatment options, such as Botox injections or dermal fillers, can be effective for certain individuals, particularly those with mild to moderate ptosis or those seeking a temporary improvement in the appearance of their eyelids.
These treatments work by addressing muscle weakness or volume loss around the eyes. They will also lift the eyelid by relaxing the muscles causing the drooping, adding volume to the upper eyelid and created a more lifted look.
To achieve the best results for your eye area, consider booking a combination of our treatments at your upcoming appointment.
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The best treatment for drooping eyelids varies depending on the severity of the condition, the individual's goals, and their overall health. For those with milder cases of eyelid drooping or seeking non-surgical alternatives, the Ultraformer is an excellent option.
The Ultraformer is an advanced ultrasound technology that offers non-invasive skin tightening and lifting, making it effective in addressing mild to moderate eyelid sagging. It stimulates collagen production and tightens the skin around the eyes, resulting in a more youthful and refreshed appearance.
Non-surgical treatments for droopy eyelids are less invasive, typically involving shorter recovery times and fewer risks compared to surgical procedures like blepharoplasty (eyelid lift surgery). Additionally, non-surgical treatments can be a suitable choice for individuals with mild to moderate ptosis or those seeking temporary improvements in eyelid appearance. These options allow for a more gradual and natural-looking enhancement while avoiding the downtime associated with surgery.
Non-surgical treatments can cause mild and temporary side effects like localised pain, redness, or slight drooping of adjacent areas. It's important to note that these side effects are typically mild and temporary, resolving on their own or with appropriate care.
Non-surgical droopy eyelid treatments tend to offer more immediate results, with improvements becoming noticeable within days to a few weeks after the procedure. However, it's important to keep in mind that non-surgical treatments may require maintenance or repeat sessions to sustain the results over time.
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