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Eyelid Surgery Gone Wrong

Blepharoplasty Negligence Can Leave Distressing Consequences for Cosmetic Surgery Patients

Eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty can be performed on a patient’s upper eyelids, lower eyelids or both at the same time. Eyes are often one of the first features to show signs of ageing and as part of that aging process the skin around the eyes becomes less elastic and the muscles become looser. As they become looser, fat around the eyes may also bulge forward and make a person’s lower eyelids appear droopy.

The main purpose then of eyelid surgery is to improve the cosmetic appearance of the eyes by removing excess fatty tissue and skin from underneath the patient’s eyes and attempting to smooth crow’s feet from the corner of the eyes. During eye lift surgery, the eyelid muscles are tightened and the surgical incisions are closed using fine stitches. Sometimes a blepharoplasty operation can also be done to improve a patient’s vision by providing a less obstructed field of view, once droopy eyelids are restored to their former positions.

The area around the eyes as well as the eyes themselves are very sensitive and unfortunately in some cases eyelid surgery can go badly wrong.  If your eye bag surgery has been unsuccessful you should consult with the expert help of Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors.

Speak to us today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our dedicated eyelid surgery solicitors to start your claim compensation when your eyelid surgery has gone wrong.

When Eyelid Surgery Goes Wrong, Consult the Negligence Experts

The vast majority of cosmetic eyelid treatments are completely successful and there are complications of the sort associated with eyelid surgery gone wrong. However when mistakes happen, the effects on the patient can be distressing. That’s when you need the guidance and advice of expert plastic surgery lawyers.

Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors was established for the sole purpose of helping victims of plastic surgery negligence. Over the decade since we were set up we have an outstanding rate of success with 95% of the clinical negligence claims cases that we have pursued after obtaining medical evidence resulting in positive outcomes. That’s meant that our clients have been awarded over £2.5 million in compensation when they’ve been victims of cosmetic surgery gone wrong including eyelid surgery.

Our Cosmetic Surgery Negligence department is headed by Michael Saul, Partner and one of the UK’s leading experts in the medical negligence field. So if you’ve suffered adverse complications during or after your eyelid surgery, call us for a free consultation on 0800 634 0285 to discuss your eyelid procedure gone wrong to see if you might be eligible to claim for compensation.

How Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery Can Go Wrong

For patients undergoing an invasive surgery like blepharoplasty there is generally some pain and discomfort for several weeks including swelling as well as itchy or watery eyes. These uncomfortable effects of an eyelid surgery should clear in a few weeks and most commonly patients who have eye lifts do not suffer their cosmetic procedures going wrong but rather report satisfaction and an improved self-image.

However after this type of eye surgery, the following complications can indicate that your eyelid surgery has gone wrong:

  • Removal of too much skin leaving eyelids unable to close known as lagophthalmos
  • Lop-sided or difference in appearance of both eyes
  • Removal of too little skin or tissue
  • Droopiness of the lower lid (ectropian)
  • Overcorrection of your drooping upper lid. This can lead to damage to your cornea
  • Blurred or impaired vision (in extreme cases this can lead to acute glaucoma)
  • Partial or complete blindness (very rare)

If you have suffered with any of the above eyelid surgery related issues or have had other complications that may indicate that your cosmetic surgeon was negligent in treating your eyes call Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 for free advice on whether you have a claim for eye lift surgery compensation.

Make a Claim When your Eyelid Surgery Has Gone Wrong

Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors specialise in managing cases of plastic surgery gone wrong including eyelid surgery. We have a deserved reputation for delivering the best possible results for our clients who’ve suffered eye lift surgery negligence.

So if you’ve suffered injuries after your eyelid procedure has gone wrong, Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can help you secure the appropriate compensation for the blepharoplasty distress you’ve had to experience.

To make a successful claim for eyelid surgery compensation follow these easy steps to find out if you’re eligible:

  1. Call our expert eyelid surgery solicitors on 0800 634 0285
  2. Let us call you back when it suits you and your schedule to talk about your eyelid procedure gone wrong
  3. Explain to our expert eye lift claims team what happened when your eyelid surgery went wrong
  4. Listen to the claims advice our experienced eyelid negligence solicitors give you about eyelid surgery compensation and decide if you want to make a blepharoplasty claim.

If your blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery has gone wrong, and you believe that you’ve been exposed to sub-standard treatment, speak to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back to start your eyelid surgery claim for compensation.



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