Thyroid eye disease can cause the muscles, eyelids, tissues, and tear glands behind the eyes to swell and make the eyes appear as if they are bulging. Graves disease is the most common cause of bulging eyes. Graves disease can reduce the amount of blinking and make the eyes appear puffy, irritated, reddened, or inflamed. Bulging eyes thyroids can cause eyelid retraction and increase sensitivity to light.
How Do I Treat My Bulging Eyes Thyroid?
Bulging can occur in the active phase of thyroid eye disease, causing the eyes to retract from the eye sockets, making it more difficult to blink or see. The components of thyroid eye disease evolve separately and need to be treated separately. If you are experiencing thyroid eye disease, you should consult board-certified experts to assist you in your recovery and provide treatment. Lubricating eye drops can provide temporary relief to patients experiencing dryness and irritation from bulging eyes thyroids.
Bulging Eyes Thyroid At EyelidPros
The board-certified physicians at EyelidPros help patients suffering from bulging eyes thyroids in Novi, MI, Southgate, MI, Livonia, MI, or the surrounding areas. Our physicians are recognized for award-winning ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery. We provide compassionate and comprehensive medical and surgical care for the delicate areas around the eyes. If you are ready to schedule a consultation or are interested in learning more about us, contact one of our Michigan locations, and a staff member will reply shortly.