Heavy Upper Eyelids

Heavy eyelids can affect people of all ages. While typically heavy eyelids, or droopy eyelids, may be accepted as an inevitable part of the ageing process , some people can start to experience heavy upper eyelids as early as their twenties.

Heavy upper eyelids can negatively impact the whole face, giving a false impression of a person’s age and general wellbeing.

Along with the aesthetic implications of heavy eyelids, excess skin on the upper lids can cause problems with vision and restricted sight.

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Depending on the severity of your heavy upper eyelids, the Coppergate Clinic team are pleased to offer a range of surgical and non-surgical treatments.

From Upper Blepharoplasty surgery to Line to Wrinkle Relaxing Treatment, our team of surgeons and aesthetics are available to provide you with the care, advice, and treatment you need.

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