Ptosis occurs when the muscle that raises the eyelid weakens and can no longer do so properly. This results in a drooping of the upper eyelid. Most common in the elderly, ptosis can affect one or both eyes. If severe enough and left untreated, the drooping lid can interfere with vision development.

Ptosis repair can be performed from the undersurface of the eyelid leaving no visible scars or from the front if already performing a blepharoplasty. The end result is the detachment and reattachment of the levator muscle, allowing a wider opening of the eyelid.

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