Do you look in the mirror and see droopy eyelids?
Do you have to raise your eyebrows just to see properly?
Are your eyelids causing you difficulty seeing well?
Perhaps your eyelids drop down and sag over your pupils a bit. If this sounds like you then you may have eyelid ptosis (TOE-sis). In other words ‘drooping eyelids. Having eyelid ptosis can actually affect your vision.
Does This Sound Like You?
- Do you look older around the eyes than you actually are?
- Is your vision impaired because of your drooping upper eyelid folds?
- Do you have trouble seeing clearly?
- Do you always look tired? Even after getting a fantastic night’s sleep?
- Is it difficult to put on your eye makeup?
Three Reasons Why Eyelid Surgery can help you with ptosis
- TREATMENT CAN BE SIMPLE, COMPARED TO OTHER FACIAL SURGERIES Treatment of ptosis will depend on your age, and the level of droopiness as well as if it’s in both eyes and whether its the upper eyelid, the lower eyelid, or both that have major droopiness.
- CORRECT CHILDREN’S VISION AND ALLOW FOR A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE.
- When children are born with ptosis it often requires treatment to correct the condition as it can lead to vision problems later in life.
- Congenital ptosis is normally not an indication of anything serious. It is usually more of an indication that the eye’s levator muscles did not fully develop during gestation.
- APPEAR YOUNGER Upper eyelid lift surgery or blepharoplasty (BLEF-uh-roe-plas-tee), is very effective in treating eyelid droopiness and enhancing your overall appearance. You may be struggling to apply eye makeup because of your drooping eyelids or you just want to appear younger overall.