Upper eyelids correction



Droopy eyelids (Ptosis)can make you look older and can also impair vision. Droopy eyelids can be hardly noticeable or they can completely cover the pupil, iris, and other parts of the eye. If severe or left untreated, the droopy eyelid can lead to other conditions such as amblyopia or astigmatism.

The causes of droopy eyelid are diverse. One can be born with hereditary droopy eyelids, also known as congenital ptosis. In some cases ptosis develops as we age and our muscles deteriorate. Droopy eyelids can also be caused by trauma or damage to the muscles that raise the eyelids or the nerves that control these muscles. Besides aging, the most common cause of droopy eyelids is the improper development of the levator muscle. The levator muscle is the muscle responsible for elevating the upper eyelid. Sometimes ptosis can be the result of eye surgery. Eye tumors, neurological disorders, or systemic diseases like diabetes are also possible causes. Suregry usually is the best treatment for drooping eyelids.

Upper eyelid surgery involves the placement of incisions in the natural crease of the upper lid, making them well hidden when the eyes are open. The excess skin and protruding fat are removed and the incision is closed.
An entire upper eyelid surgery can be completed in approximately 45 minutes to one hour. Surgeons may combine upper eyelid surgery with an eyebrow lift to achieve optimal rejuvenation results if the eyebrows are too low.


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