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A tiny muscle in the upper eyelid is gently tightened to open "droopy" eyelids
Outpatient surgery with rapid recovery
Can improve a "tired" appearance and provide a more "rested" or "happy" look
Also called an eyelid lift
This patient was tired of people asking her if she was tired. She underwent minimally invasive upper eyelid ptosis repair and was very pleased with the results.
This patient noticed her upper eyelids drooping and interfering with her vision. She underwent ptosis repair covered by her insurance. She elected not to have lower eyelid surgery
This Hispanic patient noticed that her upper eyelids were "crowding" her eyes and requested surgery that would keep her looking natural and Hispanic, but with a more "open" look. She underwent both upper eyelid blepharoplasty and ptosis repair.
This patient was tired of looking "tired" and requested a more "bright-eyed" appearance. She underwent minimally invasive upper eyelid ptosis repair.
This man noticed his eyelids drooping in a corporate photo and felt that clients were noticing his "tired" eyes. He underwent ptosis repair, covered by insurance, and was very pleased with the results. He mentioned that his wife was also very pleased with the improvement.
Learn More About Ptosis Repair
Droopy eyelids can cause a “tired” and “sad” look. They can also interfere with vision. Dr. Vrcek offers several solutions for ptosis depending on the particular patient’s anatomy and goals. In fact, Dr. Vrcek is pleased to offer an “incisionless” ptosis repair in which no skin incision is required. This technique allows patients to return to their lives sooner and with less bruising and swelling than more traditional techniques.
Dr. Vrcek is an expert in ptosis surgery and has presented his techniques at national and international meetings across the country.
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