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Ptosis

(Droopy Eyelids)

Ptosis or blepharoptosis of the eyelids essentially means a drooping eyelid. The result of this condition is that the affected eye appears small. Ptosis can either be congenital - that is present since birth; or acquired later on in life. It can affect one or both eyes. Ptosis is a condition that is treated surgically by an oculoplastic surgeon. The choice of surgery depends largely on the severity of the drooping eyelid and the strength or power of the eyelid muscle. Dr. Akshay G. Nair has performed hundreds of ptosis surgeries with many happy and satisfied patients from across the world.  The recovery from ptosis surgery is usually one week. Some of our ptosis patients' photographs can be seen here:

Swipe to see the before and after result of ptosis surgery

Cases of ptosis / droopy eyes Operated by Dr. Akshay G. Nair 

Droopy eyes, ptosis, aponeurotic ptosis, levator resection
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Post-traumtic ptosis, traumatic ptosis, mild ptosis, drooping eyelids, Dr Akshay Nair
Small Eyes since birth, ptosis, droopy eyes, eye doctor Mumbai, eye doctor Chembur
Severe ptosis, CPEO, ptosis surgery in CPEO, Silicone sling, Tarsofrontalis sing
Mild congenital ptosis, LPS action, LPSA, mild ptosis
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Severe ptosis, drooping eyelids, MGJW, Marcus Gun, Marcus Gunn Jaw Winking, Chicken Beard, Chicken Beard's surgery