Arizona Ocular and facial plastic surgery have engineered and tested a way to solve your ptosis or drooping eye problem. Regularly your physician will suggest surgery to your drooping eyelids either due to old age or due to naturally occurring elements regardless of age. If you struggle with ptosis Peoria then you know it’s a condition that may affect you at an early age or in your old age, causing blurry vision, but your troubling days are over. Arizona Ocular and facial plastic surgery is offering ptosis surgery and interval-based checkups after surgery to ensure your drooping eye issue is no longer a problem.
Drooping eyelids can be caused by naturally occurring elements such as the weakening of the stretched levator muscle found at the eyelids due to old age or, in rare cases, at birth or accidents which may cause damage to your levator in the eye. Ptosis can also be caused by surgeries such as cataracts and eye surgeries. Your drooping eyelid condition may have put you in discriminatory situations due to stigmatization and may have led you to doubt your competency as a result of low self-esteem issues. Arizona Ocular and facial plastic surgery led by Dr. Heringer will turn your life around after your ptosis surgery.
Once you book yourself a surgery with the facility, the experts will diagnose your condition and arrange for an internal or external surgery depending on your degree of eye drooping at the time of consultation. Both internal and external surgeries only have a small difference where in the internal surgery to allow access to Mueller muscle, the eyelid is everted, then an incision is made, and then the muscle is tightened, while in the external approach, only an incision is made in your upper eyelid crease to access the levator muscle then the muscle is tightened. Throughout the whole process, your safety is the priority and the medical care team is always present to ensure you are in safe hands. During the surgery, anesthesia is used because it is a minor surgery and it does not take long.
After the ptosis surgery, your vision will keep improving progressively. You may experience a distance vision blurriness that fades away after two weeks and close visionary blurriness that fades after four weeks. However, this is a huge may, and eye drops are administered to lubricate your eyes to fasten your recovery. During this whole time, the medics advise against wearing contacts and after four to five months, you can book an appointment with your optician for a contacts or spectacles prescription.
Drooping eyelids can cause low self-esteem issues, discrimination, and stigmatization not only in children but adults, and Arizona Ocular and facial surgery offer a solution to all these problems. If not you, you can refer your friend, colleague, or relative, and drooping eye problems will be a battle they won thanks to you. Ptosis is a condition that has troubled people of different ages and races, and ptosis surgery with Dr.Heringer is the solution to a drooping eye nightmare.