Dr Geoffrey Barnett | Eyelid Eye Surgery Melbourne
New Patient Enquiries: (03) 8849 1467
Reception: (03) 8849 1400

Eyelid Surgery – Blepharoplasty

Eyelid Surgery – Blepharoplasty in Melbourne

Both upper and lower eyelids may sag and appear to be excessive with facial aging. Excess skin and fat pads or bags may result in a tired and aged appearance. Eyelid skin may even partially block the line of vision. These anomalies are corrected with upper or lower lid blepharoplasties.

 

Download this informative guide on Blepharoplasty surgery

Blepharoplasty Guide Download

 

Examples of upper and lower lid blepharoplasties are shown below.

Patient Example 1:
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Eyelid Surgery – Before

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Eyelid Surgery – After

Actual patients of Dr Geoffrey Barnett are shown above. Patient images used with permission.

About Dr Geoff Barnett

Dr Geoff Barnett MBBS (Melb), FRACS (Plast) is a Specialist Plastic Surgeon with extensive experience and knowledge in plastic surgery procedures including Arm lift surgery.

If you are wanting to have smaller arms and less flabby upper arm skin through an arm reduction procedure, or if you have lost a lot of weight and have redundant skin folds, Dr Barnett can help you with your body contouring requirements.  Phone a caring Patient Care Coordinator during clinic hours on (03) 8849 1444 or send an enquiry form today.  You are also welcome to attend one of our Free patient events.

What to do next?

Our Patient coordinators can assist with any questions you may have when considering a procedure. You can send in an enquiry form below or call our Melbourne Clinic between 8am-6pm, Monday – Friday.

Phone (03) 8849 1444Email us or Book a FREE 15-minute Phone Chat with our Patient Liaison Coordinator.

Medical Disclaimer
This web site is not intended as a substitute for your own independent health professional’s advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider within your country or place of residency with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Additionally, this information is of a general nature and surgery results vary from patient to patient.