REClinic | Blepharoplasy - An Eye-Opener

Blepharoplasy - An Eye-Opener

Miss Jennifer Doyle joins REclinic as a Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon. She is experienced in eyelid surgery including blepharoplasty (eyelid lifts), ptosis (droopy eyelids), ectropion, entropion, chalazions (styes) and the excision of eyelid lumps and bumps.

Jenny Doyle - Blepharoplasty

Graduating with Distinction from Oxford University in 2012 having read Medicine at Christ Church College, Oxford, Jennifer was awarded the Proxime Accessit for the Gibbs Prize and was made a scholar. She completed her Ophthalmology training in the Oxford Deanery before undertaking a fellowship between Buckinghamshire and Chelsea & Westminster in Oculoplastics. She is a fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and has presented at multiple national and international meetings within Ophthalmology and Aesthetics. She is a full member of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society, a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and an associate member of the European Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Jennifer combines her knowledge of ophthalmic surgery with a keen eye for aesthetics to provide a holistic approach to achieving natural yet effective aesthetic outcomes for her patients. We are thrilled to have her expertise and experience within our clinic.

Blepharoplasy - An Eye-Opener

What is Blepharoplasty? (Eyelid Lift)
Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, can be performed for various reasons. Medically, this treatment can be done to improve vision caused by the extra skin sagging in front of the eye. However, the most common reason for blepharoplasty is to improve the appearance of hooded eyes which can come with the signs of ageing. By correcting the wrinkles and under-eye bags, which can make you look older and tired, blepharoplasty can restore the eye area to a more youthful, fresh, and well-rested appearance.

What does it involve?

Blepharoplasty can be performed under local or general anaesthesia, after a thorough consultation with Jennifer to assess the patient's medical history and needs. During the consultation, available surgical options will be discussed.

How long will the recovery take?

Blepharoplasty is typically performed as an outpatient procedure, which means that you can go back home on the same day of the surgery after your surgeon has ensured that it is safe for you to do so. Most people take around 1-2 weeks to recover from the procedure.

How long do the results last?

The results of blepharoplasty last, on average, for at least 10 years. This number is influenced by how well you take care of your skin.

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Jennifer is available for consultations at REclinic with all surgery carried out at her theatres in London or Milton Keynes.

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