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Ptosis Surgery Los Angeles | Los Angeles Ptosis Repair Surgeon

Eye Ptosis or a drooping eyelid is a condition affecting millions of individuals across the world, it even hits home in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Some cases are hardly noticeable and some so severe, damage to the eye and at worst case, blindness can result. Dr. Perry Liu specializes in reconstructive surgery of the eye and has years of training and experience in this field. No matter the severity of your ptosis, Dr. Liu can do something about it. His training and background in art sets him apart from the standard surgeon. Not only does he have the technical skill but applies it in an aesthetic way to give you the beautiful outcome you desire. It is in this way his patients say he delivers the best ptosis surgery around.

Ptosis Los Angeles

What is Ptosis?

Ptosis (pronounced “toe-sis”) is the term used to describe a drooping of the upper eyelid or droopy eyelids. This drooping or lowering can give you an obstructed field of vision and change your appearance. People suffering from this condition have trouble keeping their eyelids open and to compensate, will often arch their eyebrows in an effort raise their drooping eyelids. Overtime this can contribute to premature or increased forehead lines and wrinkles besides the “lazy eye” or sleepy look that ptosis causes.

Ptosis can be congenital, occurring in children. Children that have ptosis can develop a stigmatism due to the pressure exerted on the eye from the drooping eyelid and require treatment as soon as possible to prevent vision conditions worsening as the child develops.

What Causes Drooping Eyelids or Ptosis?

The muscle that lifts the eyelid is called the levator muscle, when this becomes weak or is underdeveloped, ptosis can result. Eye ptosis usually occurs over time, as we age, but there are also other factors that can contribute to the condition such as:

  • Contact lens wear
  • Head injury
  • Diabetes
  • A tumor
  • Complications from corrective eye surgery or cataract surgery
  • Neurological conditions such as Horner’s syndrome and nerve palsy

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