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Dermatochalasis

(eyelid ‘hooding’)

Dermatochalasis [der-matto-shall-ace-sis], or eyelid hooding, can hinder your sight and also be very upsetting on an aesthetic level.

The solution is to perform a blepharoplasty on the affected eyelid (please refer to the information on blepharoplasty).

Eyelid surgery

After surgery, you will be given an antibiotic ointment to treat the area for the following week; and be advised to apply a cold compress to the area every few hours to help lessen post-operative swelling and bruising.

Recovery takes approximately 7 days. A follow-up appointment to review your results and recovery takes place from 1 to 2 weeks after surgery.

Book Consultation

Mr Richard Scawn

  • Upper Blepharoplasty From £4500
  • Initial Consultation £300
  • Follow Up £250

Dr Adriana Kovacova

  • Upper Blepharoplasty From £3490
  • Initial Consultation £225
  • Follow Up £195

Ophthalmological and Oculoplastic Surgery

All surgical procedures requiring local anaesthetic can be performed on-site at The Clinic Holland Park in our purpose-built, state-of-the-art theatres. After surgery, you can recuperate in one of our discreet post-op recovery pods, before your final dressing checks and a clinic-concierge service to chauffeur you home. Prices include initial consultation and up to 2 follow-up appointments. Any fees for histological analysis will also be included in your price.

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