Is it possible to prevent ptosis (Droopy Eyelid)?

Pathologic droopy eyelid (ptosis) may develop due to aging, injury, or medical conditions. Ptosis is known as unilateral when it impacts one eye and bilateral when it impacts both eyes. It may be temporary or permanent. A patient may have

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What is enucleation?

The surgical removal of an eye is known as enucleation. The two types of eye removal are evisceration and exenteration. In evisceration, the surgeon removes the eye’s inner contents but leaves the sclera (outer shell of the eye) and the

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Ptosis: Droopy Eyelid Treatments

The primary symptom of droopy eyelid (ptosis) is that one or both the upper lids sag. Sometimes patients may experience vision obstruction due to this sagging. But many individuals find that eyelid droopiness is barely visible or does not occur

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Ptosis: Droopy Eyelid Causes

Pathologic droopy eyelids, also known as ptosis, may occur due to reasons such as injury, aging, and medical disorders. When this condition affects one eye, it is called unilateral ptosis. In case it impacts both the eyes, it is known

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Redefine Eye Shape and Repair Sagging and Drooping Upper and Lower Eyelids

Eyelid surgery, also known as eye lift or blepharoplasty, mitigates the appearance of bags from the lower lids and eliminates excess skin from the upper eyelids. In general, this procedure is undertaken for aesthetic reasons. However, it can also help

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Symptoms of an Orbital Tumor

Orbital tumors can often be benign, particularly in the case of children. But it is important to identify the symptoms and visit an eye doctor for evaluation and removal of the tumor. In case of a malignant orbital tumor, timely

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What causes a mass behind the eye?

The eye orbit contains eye socket bones, eyeball, eye socket muscles, optic nerve, and fatty tissue. Inflammation, tumors or lesions may occur in any of these structures. This could result in a bulging eye, double vision, or vision loss. Experienced

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What is orbital tumor?

A tumor located in the eye orbit, which is the bony socket containing the eye, is called an orbital tumor. The orbital socket is a complex structure, which includes the eye along with nerves, muscles, and connective tissue. It is

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Test Your Antioxidant Levels With Our Optical Scanner

The Pharmanex BioPhotonic Scanner is an advanced patented tool that measures the levels of carotenoid in living tissue in a noninvasive manner providing an instant indication of an individual’s overall antioxidant levels. It offers immediate information on a person’s antioxidant

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Reconstructive Eyelid Surgery After Cancer

Most eyelid cancer patients need reconstructive surgery. Reconstructive surgery is distinct from plastic surgery as it is usually undertaken to enhance the function of the eye. However, it can be performed to improve the appearance of the eye area as

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