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Understanding Entropion

Entropion surgery is a corrective procedure for a condition where the lower eyelid turns inward, causing discomfort, irritation, and potential damage to the eye's surface. The surgery aims to reposition the eyelid, relieving symptoms and preventing further complications.

Root Causes of Entropion

Entropion is often caused by aging, scarring, or genetic factors, leading to the lower eyelid rolling inward. This misalignment can result in the eyelashes and skin rubbing against the eye, causing irritation and redness.

Identifiable Effects and Symptoms

The procedure's effects include:

  • Repositioning the lower eyelid to its normal outward position.

  • Alleviation of discomfort, irritation, and redness.

  • Protection of the eye's surface and prevention of potential complications.

Effective Treatment Approach

Entropion surgery involves adjusting the muscles and tissues of the lower eyelid to correct its inward turning. The surgery is typically performed as an outpatient procedure under local anesthesia, ensuring minimal discomfort and a swift recovery.

Our Dedication to Quality Care

Our clinic specializes in personalized entropion surgery, tailoring treatments to each patient's specific condition and eyelid anatomy. Our experienced surgeons employ advanced techniques to achieve optimal results, providing relief and improving the overall health of the eyes.

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