Ectropion Repair in Greenwich

With how vulnerable the eyelid area is, it is far from uncommon to have various conditions affect it. One common condition is ectropion, but we can easily treat it with straightforward ectropion repair in Greenwich with Dr. Sohrab. With this straightforward procedure, you can improve both the health and function of your eyelid with an expert’s help.
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Dr. Mahsa Sohrab and her staff focus on providing a personalized experience with a focus on your unique needs and alleviating symptoms. By working closely with her patients, Dr. Sohrab can deliver individualized results to help you treat conditions like ectropion with a single procedure. Call us today to learn more about ectropion repair in Greenwich.

What Is Ectropion?

Ectropion is a condition where the eyelid turns outward, away from the eye due to changes in the eyelid or damage. Patients may experience this condition as a result of various conditions, including:
  • Aging
  • Eyelid cancer
  • Facial paralysis
  • Previous surgery
  • Trauma
If ectropion goes untreated, it can cause a range of symptoms. They start out mild, but can progress the longer the condition is left on its own. Patients with ectropion may begin to experience symptoms in their eyes that include:
  • Pain
  • Discharge
  • Redness and inflammation
  • Damage to the eye and loss of vision (in more severe cases)

What Is Ectropion Repair Like?

Ectropion repair is a relatively simple outpatient surgery that typically can be completed in less than an hour. The first step is to administer local anesthesia to numb the area around the eye. Once you are comfortably sedated, Dr. Sohrab will make small incisions along your eyelid that allow for small adjustments. She will then gently reposition the eyelid and suture it into place.
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Should I Get Ectropion Treatment?

If ectropion is left untreated, it can cause a host of problems for patients. In addition to the symptoms listed above, ectropion can also lead to corneal ulcers and scarring. These can be painful and may require further treatment. If you are experiencing any symptoms of ectropion, we recommend starting by seeing Dr. Sohrab for a consultation. She will be able to discuss your options with you to find a solution focused on helping you look and feel your best.
Patients also often can combine ectropion repair with other eyelid procedures or cosmetic surgery. Dr. Sohrab can advise you on effective combinations to bring out the best of your results and give your aesthetic a rejuvenated boost.
Nice to have a consult with cosmetic specialist who doesn’t push products or procedures but instead asks YOU the patient what you are unhappy with or would like to change. She then explains procedurals and products and is very knowledgeable.
– doctlp.

Ectropion Repair Before & Afters

58 year old woman who was bothered by her upper eyelid appearance. She underwent in-office upper eyelid blepharoplasty and internal browpexy. After photos show results at 1 month post-surgery. Results can last 10 years.
55 year old woman who was bothered by her upper eyelid appearance. She underwent upper eyelid blepharoplasty and internal browpexy. After photos show results at 3 months post-surgery.
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Dr S. Makes you feel so comfortable. She is honest, professional, and keeps you at ease throughout your appointment. I highly recommend her!
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Ectropion Repair Recovery and Results

After ectropion surgery, it is normal for patients to experience some mild swelling, discomfort, and bruising around the eye. These symptoms should resolve on their own within a few days and can be managed with medication and aftercare. Additionally, patients may need to use artificial tears or ointments to keep their eyes lubricated during recovery. Dr. Sohrab will provide you with specific instructions on how to care for your eyes following ectropion surgery.

Most patients will see an immediate improvement in their ectropion following surgery. The procedure creates immediate changes in the eyelid structures. However, your final results may not be visible for several weeks as your incisions heal and any swelling subsides. Any symptoms caused by the eyelid should also subside over time.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

Dr. Sohrab and her team are ready to do our part in keeping your eyelids beautiful and in good health. Call us or use our online form to set up your consultation for ectropion repair in Greenwich. At your consultation, you can learn more about the repair process and see our before-and-after photos to see just how restorative your experience can be. Contact us today to get started.