Facial Rejuvenation of The Eyes

Your eyes are one of the first facial areas to reveal signs of aging. Sagging upper eyelids and under-eye bags that occur with age can be correct with the help of eyelid lift cosmetic surgery. Clinically called blepharoplasty, this relatively

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Eyelid Lesions Treatments 

Eyelid Lesions  Eyelid lesions should be treated in a timely manner in order to prevent progression of the lesion or further damage due to malignancy. Your eye surgeon will discuss the best treatment options with you after they have diagnosed the type

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Squint / Crossed Eye Treatments

Squint Treatments  If your child’s eye has developed a squint or become crossed, your eye surgeon will first determine whether it is associated with a structural or systemic disease. Once that is ruled out, they may diagnose the condition as

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What Causes Eyelid Lesions? 

Eyelid Lesions Eyelid lesions are usually benign or pre-malignant, but in some cases, they can have malignancy. At the time of your consultation, the eye surgeon will diagnose the type of eyelid lesions and will determine the possible cause of

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Botox Misaligned / Lazy Eye Treatment

Lazy Eye (Strabismus) Treatment  Strabismus, commonly known as lazy eye or squint, refers to a misalignment of eyes. Squints can be broadly classified into three groups:   Esotropias: It is a clinical term for a convergent squint where the eye turns

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Facial Rejuvenation Surgery

Rhytidectomy, popularly known as facelift surgery, is a cosmetic surgery procedure designed to reduce facial fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging in order to restore a more youthful face and jaw appearance. The surgery involves the removal of

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What are Congenital and Developmental Eyelid Abnormalities?

In the human embryo, the eyes are formed by a complex and delicate process. Any complications in this process could lead to congenital (present at birth) eye abnormalities. These conditions are not too common, occurring in about five per 10,000

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What is the difference between Ectropion and Entropion?

Normal upper and lower eyelids close together tightly over the eyeball shielding it from external damage and stopping the evaporation of tears, which enable the eye to remain lubricated.  But ectropion and entropion are two conditions that prevent the lids

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What is entropion?

Entropion refers to a condition in which the eyelid turns inwards, causing the eyelashes and skin to rub against the eye surface, leading to discomfort and irritation. People with entropion may have eyelids that are turned in all the time

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What is Epiphora (Tearing) Treatment?

Epiphora can cause the eyes to water slightly, or excessively with a constant overflow of tears. The patient may also experience other symptoms in the eyes, such as visible blood vessels, redness, eyelid swelling, soreness, and sharp pain. Oculoplastic surgeon

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