The lift you need
Lash ptosis is a condition seen in younger patients, and it occurs when the lashes curl in toward the eyes. This creates that tired, worn-out appearance, this is known as upper eyelid ptosis.
Entropion of the lower eyelids is an in-turning of the eyelid margin. Ectropion of the lower eyelid is caused when the eyelid stretches and falls away from the eyeball. This procedure can be performed in combination with upper lid ptosis repair
In lash repositioning, the fibers of the muscle that work to raise the eyelid (levator muscle) are surgically attached to the surface of the lid. This pulls the lashes back up to a raised position, restoring the patient’s field of vision, and giving the face a brighter, rested appearance.
Top Benefits of Lash Repositioning
Best Candidates for Lash Repositioning
- Lashes that curl towards the eyes
- Lashes that droop after upper eyelid surgery
Lash repositioning is performed in our surgery center by Dr. Mahootchi and his expert staff. This procedure can help patients with lash ptosis regain a lifted appearance of the eyes with lashes that are turned upward.