Neurogenic Ptosis Beverly Hills
Eyelid ptosis is a condition in which one or both of the eyelids do not properly function, causing the lids to droop, potentially interfering with a person’s field of vision or simply causing a sad, tired appearance. Ptosis of the upper eyelids can occur for a variety of reasons, whether as a result of development issues, old age, traumatic injury, or neurological disorder. Fortunately, ptosis can be corrected with surgery, but it is important to first undergo a thorough examination by an expert oculoplastic surgeon, such as Dr. Mehryar (Ray) Taban in Beverly Hills.
What is Neurogenic Ptosis Beverly Hills?
In some cases, ptosis occurs as a result of a congenital (at birth) condition in which the nerves responsible for operating the levator muscles that control the eyelids are weak or damaged and do not function properly. It is not known why certain individuals are born with neurogenic ptosis, but for some patients, the condition can be traced to birth injury or neuroblastoma, which is a type of cancer.
Neurogenic ptosis can also occur later in life as a result of genetic factors, injury, or neurological disorder. In order to correct the condition that is affecting the eyelids, it is important to receive a thorough consultation and examination with a skilled oculoplastic surgeon.
Get an Accurate Neurogenic Ptosis Beverly Hills Diagnosis
Living with droopy, weak eyelids can be frustrating, not only because it can make a person appear more tired or sad than they truly are, but because it can also interfere with one’s field of vision. To learn more about potential treatment options for you or your loved one neurogenic ptosis in Beverly Hills, set up an appointment with Dr. Taban at Taban MD today! Please call us at (877) 697-4586!
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