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Droopy Eyebrows? An Eyebrow Lift May Help

As we age, the brow can begin to droop due to gravitational reasons or due to laxity of the tissues. This may cause the eyebrows to rest lower than their normal position and therefore the brows may obstruct the superior visual field. Drooping of the brow may also give a heavy feeling to the eyelids or may create an appearance of being tired or angry. The doctors at Rock Hill Eye Center can determine if an eyebrow lift will help improve your vision and/or your appearance.

How Is a Brow Lift Done?

A brow lift to correct drooping of the eyebrows may be less invasive than you think. In many cases, it can easily be combined with a blepharoplasty procedure for coexistent excess eyelid skin. Schedule a consultation at Rock Hill Eye Center to learn more and to find out if you are a good candidate for this procedure.
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Blepharoplasty

Sometimes known as an eyelid lift, blepharoplasty can help your appearance and vision.

Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a condition marked by red or swollen eyelids.

Chalazion

A small eyelid bump known as a chalazion can cause irritation and be a distraction. An eye doctor can provide relief.

Ptosis

Drooping eyelids, or ptosis, affect many older people. Ptosis surgery will help restore your field of vision.

Ectropion

When your eyelid is turned out, you can experience watering, pain, and irritation due to the eye’s exposure. An appointment with an eye doctor is your first step to relief from ectropion.

Entropion

An eyelid that’s turned in can cause discomfort or lead to more serious eye conditions. Our office provides entropion surgery and treatment to correct the problem.

Orbital Fractures

Orbital or eye socket fractures are serious and can cause permanent damage. Seek immediate attention from an eye doctor.

Trichiasis

Ingrown eyelashes, or trichiasis, can cause pain and affect your vision. Let our ophthalmologists treat the problem.

Tear Duct

Excessive tearing can affect both adults and children. We can help get your eyes back to normal.

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