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Ptosis Repair
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Our eyelids make up a small portion of our facial structure, but they have a huge impact on how we look. With how much we make eye contact, our eyelids can determine how alert or lively we look in addition to affecting our overall aesthetic. However, age or other factors can cause our upper eyelids to begin drooping. Sometimes mild, sometimes severe, this condition can have a significant impact on how we look and feel about our appearance. With our ptosis repair surgery in Austin, you can restore your eyelids to a more vibrant position. One look in the mirror afterward will tell the story of someone who is lively and vivacious, inside and out.

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What Is Ptosis?

Ptosis refers to droopy upper eyelids. While this condition is quite common as we age, it can actually happen to patients of a wide range of ages. Other factors can be at play, including genetic factors, disease, or even physical damage to the area. In some cases, it can even move beyond merely a cosmetic concern, interfering with vision and eye health. As our eyelids droop, they can make us look older, more tired, and even disinterested in life. But we all know how far that can be from the truth! So what can you do about it? Ptosis repair surgery could be your answer.

What Is Ptosis Repair Surgery?

As the name implies, ptosis repair surgery is a specialized procedure that aims to correct the cause of your droopy eyelids. It is similar to a general upper eyelid surgery, but it focuses on repairing structures specific to the position of the eyelid, such as muscles and key tissues. Even though the adjustments are small in size, they can have a lasting and stunning impact on your overall look. With a few small and expertly done adjustments, your eyelids can go from droopy and tired-looking to alert, vibrant, and beautiful with a single procedure.

How Does It Work?

The procedure is usually done under general anesthesia or local anesthetic with sedation to ensure you stay out of pain the entire time. Our surgeon, Dr. Shah Vira, then uses precise incisions to access the eyelid structures causing the droopiness. With the careful repositioning of muscles and other structures, she can make minor changes that have a powerful impact. After finishing the procedure, she closes the incisions, which are always hidden in the eyelid’s natural folds so they are essentially always out of sight and invisible.

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Is Ptosis Repair Surgery Right for Me?

If you are dealing with droopy eyelids, then ptosis repair surgery could be the ideal option for you. While some non-surgical options exist, they do not provide lasting results and have other limitations. With ptosis repair, you can have long-lasting improvements in your upper eyelids, keeping you looking fresh for years to come. The ideal ptosis surgery candidate will be in good health and non-smoking. These factors are vital in increasing the benefits of your results and speeding up your recovery.

To learn if you are a good candidate for ptosis repair surgery in Austin, you can set up your consultation today! Our experienced surgeon, Dr. Shah Vira, will meet with you personally and provide a comprehensive overview of your options and the outcomes you can expect to see. We are by your side at every point of the process, ensuring you get all the information you need to get started on your rejuvenation.

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What is the
Recovery Like?

After their ptosis surgery, patients can usually expect to take about 1-2 weeks off from work for downtime. This initial recovery period is vital to seeing good results, so resting and following your post-procedure care instructions will prove important. During this time, the pain and swelling should begin subsiding, and they can both be managed with medication. You should notice improvements almost right away after this, but it can take some more time for your full and final results to be fully apparent.

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When Will I See Results?

We will also provide you with instructions for how to increase your chances of keeping any future droopiness away. Some examples include avoiding excessive sunlight, staying away from smoking, and having a healthy skincare routine. If you have any questions during your recovery, give Texas Neuro Eye & Plastic Surgery a call and we will be here for you


Schedule Your Consultation Today

Call us or use our online form to get started by setting up your consultation for ptosis repair surgery in Austin, Texas. The team at Texas Neuro Eye & Plastic Surgery is here to provide you a fully personalized experience with your needs and goals at the center of it all. Contact us today to learn more about our procedures and how they can help you restore a vibrant look and sense of self.

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Dr. Ami Shah Vira

Neuro-Ophthalmology & Plastic Surgery

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