In neurogenic ptosis or Neurogenic Eyelid Malposition, the defect in the eye can be at the level of the neuromuscular junction, the third cranial nerve nucleus or peripheral nerve, or the sympathetic chain. This eye problem is usually associated with patients suffering from myasthenia gravis or multiple sclerosis.
There are several different surgical approaches to correct this malposition – and the best-suited for you will depend on its cause. The most common procedure is Levator muscle tightening, followed by Muller’s muscle tightening, Fasanella-Servat procedure, and blepharoplasty.
Whichever procedure is performed on you, at OPRSC we pride ourselves on our diligent and safe approaches to eyelid corrections of any kind. We try to resolve the client’s vision and eye appearance in an aesthetic manner, with zero compromises whatsoever in terms of expertise and post-surgical care.