Drooping Eyelid (Ptosis)

Droopy eyelids (Ptosis) are normally due to disease or congenital conditions. Eyelids also droop as a person grows older. If you notice a dramatic or sudden droopiness, or if it is accompanied by pain or vision problems, seek prompt medical examination at Carbon Health.
Ptosis, a condition where the eyelid droops, is caused by weakened or damaged muscles responsible for lifting the eyelid. Common causes include aging, eye surgery or injury, neurological conditions, tumors or growths, and systemic diseases such as myasthenia gravis or Horner's syndrome.

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