The first facial area to show signs of ageing is often the eyes. Blepharoplasty surgery aims to restore a smooth eyelid crease that is typically lost with time.
Upper Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that treats drooping, heavy or fatty eyelids. It is aimed at those who have noticed excessive or sagging skin in their upper eyelid area that has led to a tired or prematurely aged appearance. On the other hand, Lower Blepharoplasty is performed to tackle under-eye bags that can make you look older. You can have either or both of these treatments, as required, to 'open up' the eye area and achieve a more youthful effect. The procedure is ideal for those who have noticed lower-eyelid ageing, such as 'eyebags' or 'fat pads'.
Miss Jennifer Doyle (BMBCh MA(OXON) FRCOphth), is a Consultant Oculoplastic Surgeon and Aesthetic Practitioner specialising in eyelid surgery and advanced facial aesthetics.
She is available for consultations at REclinic with all treatments carried out at her clinic in Milton Keynes in London.
Book directly with Jenny: email@example.comBook an appointment
Please note that you are paying for the treatment only and no guarantee is made of any outcome. Refunds cannot be given under any circumstances, as the product has been used and the service has been delivered.
Thursday 30, November, 2023
As we age, our bodies go through a lot of changes, and some of these changes may result in the appearance of thread veins, also known as spider veins. As one of those physical characteristics you probably never gave a second thought to until they showed up on your body - these tiny lines can be quite unsightly and may make you feel self-conscious. You may even feel like ditching your favourite shorts for mom jeans once you start noticing them. But don't worry, there are ways to manage them and still feel confident in your own skin.
Monday 30, October, 2023
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.