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Incomplete closure of eyelid.

I suspect i have psuedoptosis , i dont have any problem with my vision. It looks like i am tired or sleepy. i am wondering what my options on in getting it fixed.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Aug 2009
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Hi, The question is partially unclear and thinking that your diagnosis is right we give this answer. The only treatment for pseudoptosis is plastic surgery/ cosmetic surgery. There are various surgical approaches for this depending on the anatomy of your upper lid. But this surgery is complex due to the complicated anatomy of the upper lid and may not always give the best results. We would recommend you to visit a plastic surgeon/Opthalmic surgeon who will guide you on these procedures. We would also suggest you to get the diagnosis confirmed with an eye specialist. If you need better assistance you can chat with one of our doctors 9am to 9 pm IST ( 5:30 + GMT)
Answered: Fri, 28 Aug 2009
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