Eyelid Tightening Surgery
Have you noticed that your appearance has changed? Do you look more tired, sad, or simply older than you truly are? You may be developing a condition called ptosis, which occurs when the upper or lower eyelid droops and sags, making it difficult to see clearly or harming eye function and vision. Fortunately, the condition can be treated with minimally-invasive surgery to lift or tighten the affected lids, creating a fresh, rejuvenated appearance that no one can tell has been achieved with surgery.
To have a thorough exam and consultation with an expert oculoplastic surgeon in Santa Barbara, please do not hesitate to schedule an appointment at Taban MD today!
What Causes Droopy Eyelids?
Sagging, loose eyelids can be caused by a variety of factors. Some people are simply born with it, while others may develop the condition as a result of age, weakening of the muscles that lift and lower the lids, facial paralysis, or injury.
Treating Lax Eyelids
In many cases, loose eyelids can be treated with an eyelid tightening surgery called blepharoplasty, also known as a lower eyelid surgery, which involves removing excess skin or fat from the affected lid to allow it to rest in a more natural, comfortable position. In some cases, the muscles that control the lids may be shortened or repositioned to achieve the optimal results.
It is crucial to discuss your options with a highly trained, highly experienced oculoplastic surgeon who has a strong track record of exceptional results for a broad range of patients. The cause and treatment of loose, droopy eyes will depend on the patient, and the surgeon must have a keen understanding of how to address the unique concerns of each individual case.
Schedule a Consultation at Taban MD
If you or a loved one is considering a permanent solution to tired, weakened looking eyes, do not put off speaking with the compassionate, professional team at Taban MD. Not only is Dr. Taban an acclaimed oculoplastic surgeon, but his staff are nothing but professional and considerate. Please let us know how we can help you.
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