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Eye Surgery

Perfect Skin Solutions are proud to be able to provide surgical eye treatments in our CQC-registered facility, allowing our patients to have more options when deciding which methods to use. We offer consultation, surgery, aftercare and reviews all under one roof.

We have two very reputable surgeons who work with us, both have a wealth of experience and qualifications in their specialist fields.

Ms Aoife Naughton (MB BCHBAO MRCSI (OPHTH) FRCOPHTH FEBO)

Ms Aoife Naughton is a highly experienced, innovative ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgeon from Ireland. She undertook her initial ophthalmology training in Dublin, and has been practising ophthalmic and oculoplastic surgery in the Oxford Deanery since 2013. She has extensive training in oculoplastic surgery, having undertaken two prestigious specialist Oculoplastic Fellowships at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London, and at the Oxford Eye Hospital. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Fellow of the European Board of Ophthalmologists and a Member of the British Oculoplastic Surgical Society. Miss Naughton won the award for ‘Best Surgery’ video at the Inaugural World Society of Ophthalmic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery Conference, Dubai in 2023.

Dr Rohit Seth (MD, MRCS(Ed), PhD)

Dr Seth has had a very broad training programme that started at medical school in Grenada, West Indies. After completing the US Board exams, he secured a Plastic Surgery rotation at Coney Island, New York. He returned to the UK and carried out his basic surgical training at the University Hospital North Staffordshire and then went on to train purely in plastic surgery at many renowned units throughout the country. He has worked with many truly exceptional surgeons in several units which helped to improve his surgical skills. He has also spent time in research, at the Institute of Cancer Research, London where he attained his PhD. He has over 25 published papers in several plastic surgical and medical journals and has presented nationally and internationally at plastic surgery meetings. He won first prize and the ASIT medal for presentation of his Ph.D research project and this research was featured in Lancet oncology. He is also a regular reviewer for the British Journal of Plastic Surgery (JPRAS).

What do we offer?

Upper Blepharoplasty 

The eyes are often the first facial area to show ageing. An upper blepharoplasty treats  drooping, heavy or fatty eyelids to ‘open up’ the area by removing excess skin or fat for a more youthful.

Ptosis

This is a drooping of the eyelid(s). This may be a result from damage to the nerve that controls the muscles of the eyelid, problems with the muscle strength or from swelling of the lid.

Entropion/Ectropion

Entropion is a condition in which your eyelid turns inward so that your eyelashes and skin rub against the eye surface. Ectropion is where the eyelid turns outwards and droops away from the eye.

Chalazion

A chalazion is a small lump or cyst that can develop in your eyelid due to a blocked oil gland.

 

 

 

Perfect Skin Solutions

Why choose Perfect Skin Solutions for your Eye Surgery?

We have only the best doctors in their field offering treatments at Perfect Skin Solutions. Treatments in our CQC registered surgery offers a safe and sterile environment, in keeping with the gold standard service we already offer. From consultation to the end of your surgical journey, we are with you every step of the way. No travelling further afield for follow up appointments and no hidden costs. We have registered doctors on site every day, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.

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Prices

Consultation

£225

Upper Blepharoplasty

Includes GF5 recovery Growth Factor Serum

£3295

Ptosis (Unilateral)

Includes GF5 recovery Growth Factor Serum

£3195

Ptosis (Bilateral)

Includes GF5 recovery Growth Factor Serum

£3595

Entropion/Ectropion (Unilateral)

£1750

Entropion/Ectropion (Bilateral)

£2250

Chalazion

£795

Before & After

Before & After

Eye Surgery

FAQ

An upper blepharoplasty only takes an hour and can be done under local anaesthetic in our CQC registered surgery. You will need to be collected after surgery by someone.

Downtime for upper blepharoplasties is approximately 1 week, where you can expect swelling and bruising. Thereafter, there will be minimal bruising and you can resume wearing makeup and your normal activities.

After surgery, you will be given an antibiotic ointment to treat the area for the following 2 weeks; and be advised to apply a cold compress to the area every few hours for a couple of days, to help lessen post-operative swelling and bruising. A follow-up appointment with your surgeon, to remove your stitches and review your results and recovery takes place around 7 days after blepharoplasty surgery at Perfect Skin Solutions clinic.

The correction of ptosis is a surgical procedure conducted under a local anaesthetic and tightens the eye’s levator muscle. This can be performed on either or both eyes. The incision and the post-operative stitches are made in the eyelid crease, so no scarring will be visible once the eyelid is healed.

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 can take around 7 days and you will have a follow-up appointment for a review.

Entropion and Ectropion can occur in one or both eyes and can both be an uncomfortable condition.

Entropion is where the eyelid (usually the lower eyelid) turns inwards towards the eye, so that your eyelashes rub against your eyeball. It can be caused by muscle spasm, inflammation or scarring.

Ectropion is the opposite whereby the eyelid (again, usually the lower eyelid), turns outwards away from the eye. This exposes the surface of the inner eyelid and makes it prone to infection; the drooping eyelid can become sore, red and infected; or the eye might water excessively or feel gritty and dry.

A chalazion is a benign cyst on the eyelid that can be skin-coloured and hard to the touch, or red and swollen. The meibomian glands make the lipid in your tears that lubricates the eye and prevents dry eye/evaporation. These oil glands can get blocked, which causes an inflammation (a chalazion).

They are often mistaken for styes. A stye is a painful red abscess filled with pus, and is often caused by a bacterial infection at the root of an eyelash.

Chalazions and styes can sometimes go away on their own but if they are causing distress or are proving stubborn, chalazions and styes can be surgically drained under local anaesthetic in a simple procedure. The surgical incision is made on the inside of the eyelid, so any scar will be hidden. The procedure can be completed on the same day as your consultation.