Eyelid Laxity

“Eyelid laxity” is a phrase that describes several conditions that affect the eyelids, namely EctropionEntropion, trichiasis, and floppy eyelid syndrome. Ectropion and entropion are similar in that both conditions affect the lower eyelids, yet ectropion means that your lower eyelids droop outward and entropion describes the condition of your lower eyelids turning inward toward your eye. If your eyelashes are pointing toward your eye, you may have trichiasis, and if your eyelids spontaneously turn out while you sleep, you may have floppy eyelid syndrome. These conditions may lead to dryness, irritation, and even corneal damage if left untreated.

Am I a Candidate for Eyelid Laxity Treatment?

Eyelid laxity describes a range of eye conditions that may lead to more complicated eye problems. If you believe that you have eyelid laxity or experience acute or chronic problems with your eyes, call our office today to schedule a FREE private consultation with Dr. Hormozi.

What Is the Treatment for Eyelid Laxity?

Treatment for eyelid laxity varies by patient. In some cases, Dr. Hormozi may recommend blepharoplasty, a procedure that corrects the position of your eyelids or many types of eyelid tightening procedures.

What Is the Recovery After Treatment?

After most procedures, recovery is relatively short. Most patients are able to manage the post-procedure discomfort with over-the-counter pain medications. You may need to limit your activities for a few days following surgery.

How Much Does Eyelid Laxity Treatment Cost?

Eyelid laxity treatment costs vary by patient, depending on the types of treatments that are recommended by Dr. Hormozi. Your insurance company may cover the cost of treatment for your eyelid laxity. For cosmetic cases we offer FREE private consultations.

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