Tag Archives: eye surgery

Why do I look so tired

Your eyes might be the window to your soul, but sometimes they can let your face down. Dr Kalpna Pindolia explains why they can make you look tired and what you can do about it. Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought: ‘why do I look tired all the time?’. Indeed, the eyes are uniquely expressive in communicating your emotional state. The joy expressed by the eyes is absolutely wonderful, in my opinion. However, the ‘you look tired’ statement does come across as ambiguous; is it compassion, or actually bit of an insult? It can certainly make us…

Mr Douglas McGeorge

Douglas McGeorge is one of the UK’s leading plastic surgeons whose private plastic and cosmetic surgery practice is devoted to the rejuvenation and enhancement of your natural beauty using state-of-the-art procedures. His aim it to achieve exceptional, natural looking results that make you look and feel more confident about your appearance. He is a fully accredited plastic surgeon and is on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. He is also a full member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ISAPS), and the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and…

The Eyes Have It – Surgery free eyelifts

Not happy with your baggy eyes but nervous about going under the knife? Heather Stephen looks at some of the non-invasive eyelift options. As we age the delicate skin around our eyes often sags and droops making us look tired and old, but turning back the clock needn’t involve surgery and major downtime. According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, there has been dramatic decline in demand for cosmetic surgery in the UK. Figures compiled by the association for 2016 found the number of cosmetic ops hit the lowest level in a decade and, in line with this…

Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)

  What is Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery)? Blepharoplasty is the medical term for eyelid surgery. This can be for either cosmetic reasons or to help restore eyesight affected by overly droopy eyelids. While current techniques were introduced fairly recently, historic cases of eyelid surgery date back as far as 1st century Rome. As a cosmetic surgery technique, blepharoplasty is used to counter the aged and tired appearance that can be caused by sagging skin around the eyes. Excess skin in the upper eyelids can cause them to droop over the eye while excess in the lower eyelids can pull them down,…