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Lower lid blepharoplasty

Some patients have prolapses of their lower lid fat pads causing the appearance of ‘eye bags’ and skin laxity but not all such patients require a transcutaneous lower lid blepharoplasty. A transconjunctival lower lid blepharoplasty with fat repositioning can be combined with a very conservative skin excision without the risk of lower lid retraction or […]

  • Posted on: May 15 2021
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‘Scarless’ lower lid blepharoplasty for lower lid bags

We remain open offering surgery at our clinic, the Face & Eye Clinic Manchester We want to reassure our current and new patients that we are following all the infection control guidance from Public Health England, the Royal College of Surgeons, and the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. We continue to implement specific measures to […]

  • Posted on: Jan 8 2021
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A very common problem that occurs as we approach middle age and beyond is progressive upper lid hooding. This can create tired look but it can also result in discomfort, a restricted visual field, and headaches from constantly having to raise the brows. Upper lid hooding can be due to a combination of a brow […]

  • Posted on: Dec 7 2020
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Mr Cannon’s research

Mr Cannon in collaboration with scientists at the University of Manchester has recently applied for a grant with the BAPRAS Paton-Masser Memorial Fund for research into eyelid lashes and skin regeneration as part of his ongoing interest in and commitment to oculoplastic research.                         […]

  • Posted on: Nov 29 2020
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Communication is key

A patient came to see me recently with confusion and ambiguity about her eyelid condition, which was causing her great distress and trouble as it had failed to settle down for her. She had ongoing symptoms for over 8 months and had seen a number of ophthalmologists. Unfortunately, although she had received various opinions and […]

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2020
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  We have returned to work with all the necessary precautions to keep our patients safe, following the guidelines from Public Health England and from the Royal Colleague of Ophthalmologists. We have recommenced our clinics and our operating sessions and these have gone extremely well. Our patients have been very supportive of all our efforts […]

  • Posted on: Jun 10 2020
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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 […]

  • Posted on: May 27 2020
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