Ptosis is the drooping of the upper eyelids. The lid may droop only
slightly or it may droop enough to partially or completely restrict
your vision. it can effect one or both eyelids. The most common
type of adult Ptosis is caused by the separation of the levator
muscle tendon from the lid. This can occur as a result of aging,
after cataract surgery, from injury or for no apparent reason.
Dr. Curtis Gipson, our Occuloplastic (eyelid) Specialist at Tri-County
Eye Clinic offers the latest treatment for this condition.