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Eye Surgery in Milton Keynes

From drooping eyelids to inwards growing eyelashes, our eye surgery in Milton Keynes treats a host of common and rarer eye-related conditions.

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Treatments With a Specialist Oculoplastic Surgeon

As a medically led clinic, we maintain a firm commitment to providing only the highest standard of treatment and client care. As such, all of our surgical eye treatments are carried out by our specialist oculoplastic surgeon, Dr Sara Nunez Marquez. Dr Marquez has extensive experience in ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery and ensures that all clients are paired with a tailor-made treatment plan to maximise results.

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Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty involves removing excess tissue to shape, lift or correct the eyelids. It is perfect for those who experience hooded eyelids that impact not only confidence but also peripheral vision.

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Ptosis Repair

Ptosis Repair

Ptosis is the medical term for eyelids that droop into a lower position than usual. Depending on individual circumstances, our ptosis repair procedure can be completed with or without the use of incisions.

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Direct Brow Lift

Direct Brow Lift

Designed to treat both brow ptosis and deep brow furrows, a direct brow lift not only creates a more youthful appearance but can also allow for a greater field of vision. It involves altering the underlying muscle.

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Xanthelasma Excision

Xanthelasma Excision

White spots or yellow lumps around the eyes are medically known as xanthelasma and can be treated using minor excisions. The wound is then closed using only a few stitches to minimise scarring.

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Entropion

Entropion

Entropion is a medical condition that occurs when the eyelid folds and turns inwards, causing the eyelashes to rub against the eye’s surface. Treatment involves pulling the lid away from the eye to unfold it.

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Laser Hair Removal

Ectropion

Although rare, it is possible for the lower eyelid to droop away from the eye and turn outwards – this is known as ectropion. During surgery, small excisions are made to restore the eyelid to its original position.

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Treatment of Trichiasis

Treatment of Trichiasis

Whether it be down to scar tissue or inflammation, trichiasis causes the eyelashes to grow inwards. The condition can be treated using several methods, including electrolysis, cryoablation and surgery.

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"I could not recommend LasaDerm enough. From start to finish, my surgeon was absolutely brilliant. Everything was explained in such detail and I felt 100% confident in her capable hands. My procedure went so smoothly and scarring is hardly visible. Thank you, LasaDerm, for such an excellent experience. "