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Ptosis is a medical term for a drooping upper eyelid and drooping eyelids can affect the vision if it’s severe. A number of factors that affect the nerves, muscles, or skin of the eyelids can cause Ptosis. The primary symptom of Ptosis is a visible drooping of the upper eyelid. Ptosis can affect children and adults at any stage of life.
HOW IS PTOSIS DIAGNOSED?
An ophthalmologist would diagnose the problem by observing your eye droopiness and checking strength of the affected eye.
HOW IS PTOSIS TREATED?
As long as the drooping lids don’t affect the person’s vision the doctor may decide against going in for any treatment. In fact if the patient is a child the doctors may not do anything except for regular checkups. In the case of adults though, surgery is the only way the condition can be corrected and the muscle around the area strengthened.