Heavy upper eyelids with excess skin/hooding corrected with upper blepharoplasty surgery
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Droopy right upper eyelid corrected via external ptosis repair as an in-office procedure under local anesthesia.
Droopy right upper eyelid corrected via internal approach ptosis repair.
65 year-old woman with severe droopy upper eyelids. She underwent ptosis (droopy eyelid) repair via external approach as a medical (non-cosmetic) procedure to improve her vision.
64 year old man with droopy upper eyelids affecting his vision. Functional (medically necessary) ptosis correction surgery was performed to improve his vision.
Before (left) and 6 weeks after (right) functional (medically necessary) droopy eyelid (ptosis) repair via external approach. The patient was complaining of droopy eyelids affecting her ability to see.
69 year old man complaining of droopy upper eyelids, left more than right. He underwent blepharoplasty of both upper eyelids and ptosis repair of the left upper eyelid (external approach).
43 year-old man with droopy upper eyelids for many years. Ptosis correction via external approach.
Droopy upper eyelids (ptosis) causing loss of vision (peripheral). Functional (medically necessary) ptosis correction surgery was done to improve the patient’s vision.
Patient with previous thyroid eye disease (Grave’s disease affecting the eye sockets) that caused eye bulging (proptosis) with excess fat deposition (bags) and excess skin of the upper and lower eyelids. Rehabilitative (non-cosmetic) surgery was performed.