Why is My Top Eyelid Drooping?

Why is My Top Eyelid Drooping?

Eyelid drooping happens when individuals age, and the upper skin around their eyelids begins to droop down. With specific medical eye procedures done by professionals, the drooping effect can be reduced or resolved entirely. Top eyelid drooping is common and can worsen over time if not addressed.

What is Top Eyelid Drooping Surgery?

Blepharoplasty is a surgical eye procedure that removes excess skin from the top eyelids. After receiving the eye procedure, patients will be better able to see, appear more alert physically, and feel more energized. The benefits of conducting this surgery include possible improved vision and appearance.

Blepharoplasty: What Does the Procedure Consist Of?

Blepharoplasty is an eye procedure that removes excess skin from the eyelid. First, the medical professionals will provide a consultation to ensure the patient is suitable for the procedure. The eye surgeon will create incisions along the creases of the patient’s upper eyelids. The surgeon will remove excess tissue around the upper eyelids. After that step is complete, the surgeon will perform a closure procedure on the area where the skin was removed. This procedure is conducted safely and efficiently, leaving the patient with about a two-week recovery period.

Top Eyelid Drooping at EyelidPros

If you need lower eyelid blepharoplasty in Rochester Hills, MI, Dearborn, MI, Troy, MI, or the surrounding areas, EyelidPros can help you. Our board-certified physicians are recognized for award-winning ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery. We can handle patients’ unique cosmetic and reconstructive needs and provide compassionate and comprehensive medical and surgical care of the delicate areas around the eyes. Check out our photo gallery to see photos featuring the results of our procedures. Contact us online to learn more about us or to schedule a consultation.

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