MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
The eyelids, while often overlooked, play a pivotal role in our visual health and facial aesthetics. Conditions like droopy eyelids (ptosis) and eye bags can not only affect one's appearance but also interfere with vision. These conditions can arise from various factors, including aging, genetics, or underlying medical issues. Addressing them promptly ensures optimal eye health and restores a rejuvenated appearance.
BLENDING MEDICAL EXPERTISE WITH AESTHETIC PRECISION
At TSEC, we approach eyelid conditions with a dual focus on functionality and aesthetics. Depending on the specific condition and its severity, treatments can range from non-invasive medical interventions to surgical procedures. For instance, ptosis might require surgical correction to lift the eyelid, while eye bags could be addressed with a combination of treatments. Our goal is to ensure that the eyes not only function optimally but also look their best.
WHAT IS PTOSIS?
MOST ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Can non-surgical treatments address eyelid conditions?
A: While some conditions benefit from non-surgical treatments, others, especially those affecting vision, might require surgical intervention. A thorough assessment determines the best approach.
Q: How long is the recovery after eyelid surgery?
A: Recovery varies based on the procedure, but most patients can resume daily activities within a week, with some precautions.
Q: Will there be visible scars after surgery?
A: Our surgeons employ techniques to minimize scarring, often placing incisions within natural creases to ensure they are discreet.
Q: Are eyelid conditions purely cosmetic concerns?
A: While some conditions have cosmetic implications, others can impact vision and eye health, making treatment essential.
Q: Can eyelid conditions recur after treatment?
A: While treatments are effective, factors like aging can lead to changes over time. Regular check-ups help monitor and address any concerns.