sub-heading-ptosis

Ptosis

(Eyelid Drooping)

Correction of ptosis [toe-sis], or a drooping eyelid, entails surgery under local anaesthetic to tighten the eye’s levator muscle.

Incision and post-operative stitching are made in the eyelid crease, so no scarring will be visible once the eyelid is healed – any scarring will be hidden in the eyelid crease.

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.

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Mr Richard Scawn

  • Treatment Prices From £3300
  • Initial Consultation £300
  • Follow Up £250

Dr Adriana Kovacova

  • Treatment Prices From £2890
  • 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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