Hooded Eyes at The MW Clinic London

Can Hooded Eyes be treated?

    Hooded eyes are a common cosmetic concern that many people seek to address. At the MW Clinic London, our expert ophthalmic surgeon and aesthetic doctor, Dr Meg Minasian, understands the frustration that can come with hooded eyes and offers a range of treatments to help patients achieve their desired appearance.

What are Hooded Eyes?

    Hooded eyes are characterised by an excess of skin that hangs down from the brow bone and covers the upper eyelid. This can make the eyes appear smaller, and in some cases, may even impair vision.

When do Hooded Eyes occur?

    Hooded eyes can occur naturally or develop with age as the skin loses elasticity and sags.

What treatment options are available for Hooded Eyes?

    At the MW Clinic London, Dr Meg Minasian will carefully evaluate each patient's eyes and determine the most appropriate treatment option. This may include surgical options such as a blepharoplasty, or various non-surgical options such as Sciton BBL-Skin Tyte, botulinum toxin injections and polynucleotides.

What is blepharoplasty?

    A blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure that involves removing excess skin and fat from the eyelid area to create a more youthful and refreshed appearance. This procedure can be performed on both the upper and lower eyelids and can provide long-lasting results.

Are non-surgical treatments available for Hooded Eyes

      For patients who prefer a non-surgical option, Sciton BBL-Skin Tyte is an energy-based lifting treatment that works through stimulating the creation of new collagen and elastin in the skin. Botulinum toxin injections can be used to relax the muscles that pull the brow down and create a more lifted appearance. Polynucleotides are bio-revitalising injectables that also improve hydration, elasticity and strength and are particularly effective around the delicate eye area.

Who should perform treatments for Hooded Eyes?

    It's important to note that any treatment for hooded eyes should only be performed by a trained and experienced healthcare professional, such as Dr Meg Minasian. While these treatments are generally safe, there can be potential side effects, and a thorough evaluation of the patient's medical history and individual needs should be taken into account before treatment.

How can I find out more about treatments options for Hooded Eyes?

      Hooded eyes can be a frustrating cosmetic concern, but there are a variety of safe and effective treatment options available. Our team at the MW Clinic is committed to providing the highest level of care and expertise to our patients, and we encourage anyone experiencing hooded eyes to schedule a consultation with Dr Meg Minasian to explore all of their treatment options.

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Please find below many of the most common other questions about hooded eyes asked by our clients, and answered by our expert doctor, Dr Meg Minasian.

    Can hooded eyes be corrected?

      Yes, the appearance of hooded eyes can be improved or corrected through various cosmetic procedures or makeup techniques.

    Can you fix hooded eyes without surgery?

      Yes, there are non-surgical methods to address hooded eyes, such as using makeup techniques, eyelid tapes, or cosmetic treatments like botulinum toxin injections or polynucleotides.

    How can I lift my eyelids naturally?

      Natural methods that may help to lift eyelids include eye exercises, applying cold compresses, practicing good skincare, using firming eye creams, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

    Do hooded eyes age worse?

      Hooded eyes can appear to age worse due to the excess skin and drooping that can occur with aging. However, the aging process can vary among individuals, and proper skincare and lifestyle habits can help minimise the effects.

    How do celebrities fix hooded eyes?

      Celebrities may opt for various treatments to address hooded eyes, including surgical procedures like blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). Non-surgical treatments such as energy-based lifting procedures, botulinum toxin injections, dermal fillers, or expertly applied makeup techniques.

    What is the best non-surgical eye lift?

      The best non-surgical eye lift option may vary depending on individual needs and preferences. Some popular non-surgical treatments for lifting the eyes include botulinum toxin injections, polynucleotides, and Sciton-BBL SkinTyte energy-based skin tightening procedures.

    How do you fix hooded eyes naturally?

      Natural ways to address hooded eyes include using makeup techniques to create the illusion of lifted eyelids, practicing good skincare, keeping the eye area moisturised, and using eye creams with firming or tightening ingredients.

    What causes hooded eyes?

      Hooded eyes can be caused by several factors, including genetics, age-related skin changes, loss of skin elasticity, muscle weakening, and excess eyelid skin.

    How can I make my hooded eyes look better?

      To make hooded eyes look better, you can use makeup techniques to create the illusion of a lifted eyelid, apply eyeshadow strategically, curl your lashes, and use mascara to open up the eyes. Consulting with a makeup artist can provide personalised advice.

    What is the best way to fix sagging eyelid?

      The best way to fix sagging eyelids depends on the severity and individual circumstances. Options include eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), non-surgical treatments like Sciton BBL SkinTyte energy-based skin tightening procedures, botulinum toxin injections or polynucleotides.

    Is there a way to lift eyelids?

      Yes, there are various ways to lift eyelids, including surgical procedures like blepharoplasty, non-surgical treatments like Sciton-BBL SkinTyte energy-based skin tightening procedures, botulinum toxin injections or polynucleotides.

    How can I tighten my eyelid skin?

      Methods to tighten eyelid skin include using firming eye creams, practicing good skincare, avoiding excessive sun exposure, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and considering cosmetic treatments like Sciton-BBL SkinTyte energy-based skin tightening procedures.