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Oculoplasty For Ptosis, Botox, Blepharoplasty
(pronounced TOE-sis) is the medical term for drooping eyelids. A person with Ptosis
is not able to lift one or both upper eyelids to uncover the eye completely. Ptosis
may be acquired or congenital and the treatment is done accordingly.
Surgery is the treatment for patients with congenital ptosis
. The procedure can involve either shortening the levator muscle or attaching it to the muscles of the brow
In instances of acquired or levator dehiscence ptosis
, the doctor first determines the cause of the problem. If ptosis
is a result of muscle or nerve disease, the doctor will begin by treating the disease first. If a tumor is the cause, it can sometimes be removed. In some cases, the doctor may suggest surgery for correction of the condition.
is a toxin, responsible for the condition botulism. It blocks nerve impulses to muscles by blocking the receptor site for the appropriate neurotransmitter. Botox
is a popular treatment for :
- Facial wrinkles
- Eyelid spasm (blepharospasm)
- Hemifacial spasm
- Spastic entropion (inward turning of the lower eyelid)
- Certain types of strabismus (crooked eyes).
, is approved by the FDA
and has been shown to be safe and effective for these conditions.
Suitability - Botox
is a tried and tested treatment for the above mentioned list of conditions.
Effectively does away with eyelid spasm
- It is good way to eliminate wrinkles from the face
- Effective in hemifacial spasm and other conditions such as spastic entropion and certain types of strabismus (crossed eyes).
is the medical term for Eyelid surgery and it is a procedure used to remove excess skin from the upper and lower eyelids.
This procedure can help you correct drooping upper lids or puffy bags
below your eyes. These are features that make you look older than you feel, and may even sometimes interfere with your vision.
Blepharoplasty can enhance your appearance and improve your self-confidence
The ideal candidates for blepharoplasty are men and women who are physically healthy, psychologically stable, and realistic in their expectations.
Most patients who undergo this surgery are thirty five or older.
Blepharoplasty is risky in patients with hypothyroidism, Graves' disease, dry eye or lack of sufficient tears, high blood pressure or other circulatory disorders, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. A detached retina or glaucoma is also a cause for caution.
- Improved appearance
- Improved levels of self confidence.
- Perception of being younger.