What is it?
For non-surgical blepharoplasty, we use soft surgery with PlexR® which is a revolutionary and patented innovation, opening a new and exciting frontier in the fields of Medical Aesthetics. We are very pleased to be able to offer this technology as one of the first clinics in the UK and the technique is performed by Dr Liakas, our experienced and certified specialist doctor.
Non-surgical blepharoplasty is performed without cutting, without removing excess skin or fat and without modifying the orbicular muscle of the eyelids. This helps avoid all risks inherent to the traditional surgical intervention.
PlexR®, is a device that forms plasma to sublimate the excess skin. It delivers its energy only on the superficial skin cells, without affecting deeper tissues, thus enables the perfect plasticity of the eyelid movement immediately after the treatment.
The result is immediate reduction of the excess skin on the upper or lower eyelid, as well as the shrinking of the excess skin in the external region around the eye. The benefits are also the improvement of the expression lines at the corner of the eye and the cheekbone (“crow’s feet”).
This blepharoplasty technique is defined as “dynamic” as it enables the practitioner to ask clients to open and close their eyes during the treatment. A typical session will last no more than 30 minutes and the tiny point-like crusts will fall off after 3 to 7 days.
Depending on the nature and extend of the excess skin and area treated you may need between 1 and 3 treatments, 4 to 6 weeks apart.
Patients may experience some swelling and soreness in the treated area following the treatment. Any residual crusts do disappear within 7 days, but can be covered with liquid foundation. During your free consultation, our doctor will discuss your suitability for the treatment and what you can expect. Click to watch a short clip with interviews and information about the procedure:
To read beauty blogger and Journalist Jenny’s experience with PlexR eyelid lift at Vie Aesthetics by Dr Liakas in her article in the Havering Post newspaper- on page 26: Jenny’s article
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