Eyelid Surgery

Ptosis Surgery

What is Ptosis ?
A Ptosis is when the upper eyelid is drooping over the eye. In some cases the eyelid may droop a little, or so much that it covers the pupil. It can be caused by a number of reasons and can limit or completely block your vision.
Surgery is done as an outpatient procedure and under local anesthetic. Recovery is usually 1-2 weeks.

Ectropion / Entropion Repair

Ectropion is a medical condition where your eyelid turns outward which can cause irritation, tearing and dryness. Entropion is a medical condition where your eyelid turns inward causing your eyelashes to rub against your cornea. This can cause irritation, pain and tearing. Both conditions can be fixed with a simple surgical procedure which is done in the office.

Xanthelasma

What is Xanthelasma ?
Some patients have cholesterol deposits in their eyelids which can manifest as yellowish plaques on/under the skin. These can be treated with a small surgical procedure done in the office. This is not covered by MSP and is considered a cosmetic procedure.

Eyelid Lumps and Bumps

There are many different types of skin lesions that can cause irritation or be cosmetically unappealing. Some of these include milia, skin tags, cysts, chalazia/styes. Dr. Nathoo can remove these in the office, however not all are covered under MSP.