Oculoplasty

Oculoplasty

Oculoplastic Surgery
Prior lower eyelid surgery can result in droopiness of the lower eyelids, showing the white of the eye below the iris. The lower eyelid can also evert or invert resulting in an inability to achieve full eyelid closure, with subsequent chronically dry and irritated eyes. The levator muscle, which controls upper eyelid opening, can also be injured during prior surgery, resulting in a droopy upper eyelid. These conditions can be corrected using individually tailored, specialized surgical techniques.