Male Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty) Compensation Claims
Male Eyebag Removal Negligence in the UK
Male blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery for men) targets droopy eyelids and the development of age wrinkles in the face. Eyes are often one of the first features to show signs of ageing in men and eyelid surgery for men attempts to reverse some of the effects such drooping causes in the patient’s appearance by removing excess skin and fatty tissue around the eyes.
While eyelid surgery is performed on both women and men and many of the same principles apply to both sexes, there are also significant differences. Male eyelids and eyebrows differ from women’s in terms of their shape and contour while men’s muscles in the eyebag area are generally heavier and the skin thicker.
If you’ve had any complications with male blepharoplasty, discuss your problems with us on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back to find out how we can help you with your cosmetic surgery gone wrong.
How Popular Male Eyebag Removal is in the UK
The primary purpose of male 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.
That attempt to restore a youthful looking appearance to a man’s face and provide increased overall self-confidence and self-esteem is very popular in the UK. In fact male eye bag removal is the most popular cosmetic operation for British men according to figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).
If you need to make a claim for male eyelid surgery compensation, talk to us on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from one of our expert cosmetic surgery solicitors to start the clinical negligence compensation claims process.
Male Eye Bag Removal Claims at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors was established for the sole purpose of helping victims of cosmetic 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. Our clients have been awarded over £2.5 million in compensation when they’ve been victims of cosmetic surgery gone wrong.
You can depend on the expertise and experience of our committed no win no fee solicitors when you make a plastic surgery negligence compensation claim.
If you think that you are a victim of male blepharoplasty negligence, then talk to us today and take these steps to make a claim for compensation:
- Call our expert Eyelid Surgery Claims team on 0800 634 0285
- Ask for a call back at a time that suits you and your schedule
- Tell how your male eye-bag removal procedure went wrong and allow our experienced legal team provide you with your claim options
- Our dedicated cosmetic medical negligence solicitors will do the rest-
How Male Eyelid Treatment Works
Male blepharoplasty surgery usually takes between 1 to 3 hours to complete and is normally performed under general anaesthetic if both upper and lower eyelids are being operated on. The upper and lower lids of the patient can also be operated on separately.
During an upper eyelid surgery for men, incisions are made along the natural lines in the eyelids – along the creases in the upper eyelids and below the eyelashes in the lower eyelid. The incisions might extend into the crow’s feet or laughter lines at the outer corners of the patient’s eyes.
The skin is then separated from the underlying muscles of the patient and the fatty deposits and excess skin and muscle are removed. The eyelid muscles are tightened and the cut is closed using fine stitches.
If your male blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery has gone wrong, and you believe that you’ve been exposed to sub-standard treatment, you should contact us.
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are highly experienced in eyebag removal negligence claims and know exactly how to deal with negligent male eyelid surgery. Call us today on 0800 634 0285 for more information on how you can make a male blepharoplasty claim for compensation.
When your Male Eyelid Surgery Goes Wrong
For patients undergoing male blepharoplasty there is generally some pain and discomfort for several weeks following their eyelid surgery. This can include swelling as well as itchy or watery eyes but these effects should clear in a few weeks.
If however you are still affected by your male eye-bag surgery, you may be suffering from male eyelid surgical negligence. Typical complications associated with eyelid surgery going wrong and which can indicate negligent male blepharoplasty include:
- Removal of too much skin leaving eyelids unable to close known as lagophthalmos
- Uneven appearance of both eyes
- Removal of too little skin or tissue
- Excessive skin removal from the lower eyelid leading to droopiness of the lower lid (ectropian)
- Overcorrection of the 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’re suffering from any of these issues which may point to male eyelid surgery negligence then you may be able to make a claim for financial compensation. Speak to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back to start your male eye-bag removal claim.
Talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors Today
We are a specialist UK law firm of cosmetic surgery solicitors with a deserved reputation for delivering the best results for male patients who’ve suffered eyelid surgery negligence.
We can answer any questions you may have about the male eye bag removal claims process and support you through what is often a very difficult experience.
If you’re a victim of a male eyelid surgery going wrong, Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can identify the impact caused by the negligent blepharoplasty you’ve had and secure the appropriate compensation for the distress you’ve had to suffer.
Speak to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of the dedicated male eye-bag surgery claims team.