The delicate eyelids have many moving parts, and changes due to age, trauma, infections, or prior surgery of any sort – cosmetic or reconstructive around the eyes and cheek – can affect their function. Common problems include inability to open or close the eyelids, inward or outward rotation of the eyelids, eyelashes rubbing the surface of the eye, or other abnormalities.
What are eyelid malpositions?
What are the common forms of eyelid malposition?
- Eyelid Retraction: The upper eyelid is unusually high, or the lower eyelid is unusually low.
- Ptosis: The upper eyelid is droopy or saggy.
- Entropion: The inward rotation of the eyelid makes the eyelashes brush against the cornea.
- Ectropion: The outward rotation of the lower eyelid.
How are these treated?
Why choose Dr. Ramesh?
Dr. Deepak Ramesh is a board-certified and nationally-renowned oculoplastic surgeon with a stellar track record. He is board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and an active member of the prestigious American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons (ASOPRS). He provides personalized treatments that address your specific goals and concerns to ensure long-lasting and safe results while minimizing the risk of complications. Please schedule an appointment with Dr. Ramesh at Somerset County, NJ, for more information.
The Center for Eye and Facial Plastic Surgery
35 Clyde Road, #104
Somerset, NJ 08873
Monday - Friday: 8:30a - 4:30p
22 Old Short Hills Rd Suite 202
Livingston, NJ 07039
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Tuesday: 12:00p - 7:00p
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