An upper lid blepharoplasty, also known as an upper eyelid lift or eye lift procedure, is an operation to remove loose overhanging skin from the upper eyelids (also referred to as “dermatochalasis”).
Ptosis means downward displacement of an organ or tissue. Ptosis in the field of ophthalmology usually refers to a drooping upper eyelid (blepharoptosis) but it can also refer to a drooping of the eyebrow (brow ptosis) or the midface (midface ptosis).
Lower eyelid ectropion is an eyelid malposition in which the lower eyelid margin is turned away from its normal position in contact with the eye.
A lower eyelid entropion is an eyelid malposition in which the lower eyelid margin is turned inwards against the globe causing discomfort from contact between the eyelashes and the surface of the eye.
EYELID TUMOUR REMOVAL
Patients are often referred to the surgeons at Face & Eye with eyelid and facial lesions (tumours, growths and lumps). The main goal in the evaluation of these lesions is to differentiate malignant from benign lesions.
This is a highly specialised area involving every aspect of the Oculoplastic Surgeon’s art. It calls for immense skill.
FOR FACIAL PALSY
Oculoplastic surgical treatment in the management of the patient with a facial palsy has a number of indications and aims.
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