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Ptosis/Droopy Eyelids Got You Frustrated?

Ptosis/Droopy Eyelids Got You Frustrated?

We have one of Malaysia’s Top Leading Plastic Surgeons with us at Glojas who will successfully fix this issue for you, permanently!


  • Corrective Surgery for drooping eyelids!
  • Done by one of Malaysia’s top leading Plastic Surgeons!
  • Best Results!
  • Minimal Downtime!
  • Almost No Pain!
  • Permanent Results!


What is Ptosis?

Drooping eyelids (ptosis) can be a developing problem as people age or  a congenital one present from birth. Mild ptosis may not need treatment. However, if the ptosis is interfering with the vision, the Surgeon would recommend ptosis corrective surgery.


Why would I need a Ptosis Surgery?

If you were born with this congenital issue of drooping eyelids or if it has happened over time with age, our surgeon can fix this for you through a corrective surgery which is called a Ptosis Surgery.


Would the results from a Ptosis Surgery remain permanent?

Yes, indeed! You will obtain the best results and it remains permanent.


Why should Glojas be my choice for a Ptosis Surgery?

At Glojas, our Top Plastic Surgeon is also Malaysia’s Only Fully Qualified Cranofacial Surgeon. Craniofacial Surgeons are highly specialised in the reconstruction of the head, ears, eyes, nose, mouth, face and neck region hence with Dr.Mohd Ali there’s an extra advantage that gives you only the best results on par with world class standards!


What does a Ptosis Surgery Involve?

Ptosis Surgery for adults typically involves the shortening of the muscles (tendons) that have the function of raising the eyelid.

This muscle (tendon) is then reattached to the eyelid using sutures (row of stitches holding together the edge of a wound), which are hidden under the skin.

In some cases, the sutures (stitches) may remain slightly visible on the skin of the eyelids for one week after surgery, which is when they are typically removed.


What are the symptoms of Ptosis?

The obvious symptom of ptosis is a drooping eyelid, which can affect one or both of the eyes. The severity of the condition varies from person to person, but typically patients will find it difficult to keep their eyelids open, have eye fatigue especially when reading, have strained eyes and suffer from eyebrow ache as a result of the great effort required to raise their eyelids.

Ptosis causes the narrowing of the eye opening, meaning that the eye appears smaller than it actually is.


Would I experience Pain during the Ptosis Surgery?

The Surgeon will keep you in the most comfortable state of mind and you would experience no pain. Local Anesthesia will be administered.


Is a Ptosis Surgery Affordable?

To correct  droopy eyelids, the ptosis surgery cost starts from USD1,500 onwards depending on the severity of the issue and desired results.

Would I experience downtime after the Ptosis Surgery?

Yes, for at least 14 days.


What would it be like immediately after the Ptosis surgery?

Patients are allowed to go home after a few hours following the surgery. Pain medication will be provided and an eye patch should be worn temporarily. It is not safe to drive home after the surgery so be sure to arrange suitable transportation. Antibiotic eye drops will be prescribed for several weeks after the operation and should be used correctly to aid healing.


Would I be called in for close follow-ups after the Ptosis Surgery?

Absolutely, Yes! We take after care very seriously.


Contact us today!


Do Contact Us today for your FREE Consultation with Dr.Mohd Ali at Glojas Plastic Surgery Malsysia, +60362115555.

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