Droopy Eyelids – Ptosis Surgery Before and After Photos
Ptosis — or droopy eyelids — refers to changes or weakening in the muscles that lift the eyelids, which cause the upper eyelids to droop. Dr. Allan Wulc is trusted by patients in the treatment of droopy eyelids through ptosis surgery. Browse our before and after pictures to see how Dr. Wulc’s 20+ years of expertise shows up in his work.
What Will I Look Like Right After Eyelid Surgery?
Immediately after ptosis surgery, patients should expect some bruising, swelling, and stitches. The bruising typically lasts about 1-3 weeks. Stitches will dissolve in about a week, but Dr. Wulc and his team will keep some sutures in for a longer period in order to keep the eyelid in the proper position as it heals.
After recovery, patients appear younger, happier, and brighter.
Who is a Good Candidate For Droopy Eyelid Surgery?
To determine if you are a candidate for ptosis repair, it’s best to schedule a consultation with Dr. Wulc, where all of your questions and concerns will be addressed. Typically, individuals seek ptosis surgery when they suffer from droopy eyelids due to some of the following causes:
- Hereditary weakness of muscles or tendons
- Mechanical issues
- Neurologic issues
- Contact lens overuse
- Trauma–recent or in the past
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