For a Fresher Look – Not An Operated Look.

The Eyelid Surgery Clinic is pleased to offer a wide range of oculoplastic and orbitofacial surgical and non-surgical procedures, performed by highly accredited and experienced oculoplastic surgeons, surgeons expert in surgery performed around the eyes. If your main concerns are hooding of your upper eyelids, lower eyelid “bags” and a tired appearance to your eyes, cosmetic eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) may make all the difference. Our aim is an improved fresher look, not an operated look. Video consultations are now available.



Eyelid lift surgery, eye bag removal, droopy eyelid surgery, ptosis, entropion, ectropion, lumps

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Microfat injections, dermal filler tear trough rejuvenation injections, eye lift surgery, blepharoplasty

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Dry eye, watery eye, hollow eye, painful blind or unsightly eye, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, floaters

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Cataract surgery (modern phacoemulsifaction with intraocular lens implantation)

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Meet Mr. Leatherbarrow

meet_mr_leatherbarrow_tnMr. Brian Leatherbarrow, FRCS, FRCOphth was appointed as a consultant ophthalmic, oculoplastic and orbitofacial surgeon at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital in July 1992, and continued his NHS practice there until October 2014.

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Meet Mr.Cannon

meet_mr_leatherbarrow_tnMr. Cannon, is a consultant ophthalmic, oculoplastic and orbitofacial surgeon working both in private practice and in his NHS practice at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital where he works as part of a team of surgeons.

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  We will be returning to work soon with all the necessary precautions to keep our patients safe, following the guidelines from Public Health England and from the Royal Colleague of Ophthalmologists. Please visit the following link to the Face & Eye Clinic in Manchester for more information

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Hooded Upper Lids

A very common problem that occurs as we approach middle age is progressive upper lid hooding. This can be due to a combination of a brow droop (a brow ptosis) and upper lid skin redundancy (dermatochalasis). This patient has undergone a temporal direct brow lift and an upper lid blepharoplasty. The surgery was performed under …

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