Droopy eyelids, also known as ptosis, can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

Aging: As we age, the muscles and tissues that support the eyelids can weaken, causing them to droop.

Injury: Trauma or injury to the eye or eyelid can cause ptosis.

Nerve damage: Damage to the nerves that control the eyelid muscles can cause ptosis.

Medical conditions: Certain medical conditions, such as myasthenia gravis, can cause ptosis.

Genetics: Some people may be born with a genetic predisposition to ptosis.

Treatment for droopy eyelids depends on the underlying cause and severity of the condition. Here are some options:

Surgery: In severe cases of ptosis, surgery may be necessary to correct the position of the eyelid.

Bot*x or filler injections: Bot*x or filler injections can be used to lift the eyebrow and temporarily raise the position of the eyelid.

Skin tightening treatments: For milder cases, skin tightening treatments such as RF microneedling or Ultherapy applied to the forehead, eyebrow and eyelid can provide a no downtime, nonsurgical option.

Treatment of underlying medical conditions: If the ptosis is caused by an underlying medical condition, treating that condition may help improve the position of the eyelid.

It’s important to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to determine the cause and treatment plan for droopy eyelids. At Bay Aesthetics Clinic- our medical doctor will identify the cause of the droopy eyelids and arrange for further investigations and referrals if necessary. In the majority of cases where it is due to the ageing process and the concern is mainly cosmetic, non surgical treatments such as Bot*x, fillers or RF microneedling will be recommended.

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