Eyelid Procedures in Everett, WA
At the Physicians Eye Clinic, we specialize in treating various common eye conditions. We also understand the importance of eye health and strive to help all of our patients maintain theirs. Our dedicated team of eye specialists is committed to providing our patients with only the highest quality of care. Our innovative solutions can improve visual impairments caused by eye conditions, such as ectropion, ptosis, and entropion.
Why Choose Us?
The eye specialists at The Physician Eye Clinic are experts in eyelid procedures and treating many different eye conditions. Whether you have low-hanging upper eyelids, suffer from dry eyes, or need ectropion correction, our specialists can help.
Entropion and Ectropion Correction
Ectropion can occur as a direct result of aging or after lower eyelid surgery where too much skin is removed. In either case, ectropion can cause ongoing eye irritation and discomfort that can worsen over time.
Entropion is a condition where the eyelashes turn inward and rub on your eye. Patients with entropion may feel like there is something in their eye or not be able to close their eye completely.
Both conditions can cause patients to suffer from eye discomfort, and possibly damage your cornea if left untreated. Our expert surgeons will work with you to create a personalized treatment to ensure your eyes are in proper position and avoid cornea damage. We use cutting-edge technology, along with a patient-centered approach, to provide you with the right treatment. The clinic is equipped with state-of-the-art ocuplastic equipment, which ensures the highest level of safety and efficacy.
Blepharoplasty for Visual Impairment Correction
Upper eyelid surgery is not only performed for cosmetic purposes. Many patients require a blepharoplasty to correct visual impairment. When the upper eyelid hangs too low, it can interfere with your ability to see clearly. An upper blepharoplasty removes excess skin, restoring your vision. A blepharoplasty can also improve your peripheral vision if you develop ptosis after eye surgery or have it from birth.
Schedule a Consult Today
You do not have to live with poor vision due to visual obstruction. If you are experiencing visual impairment due to ptosis, ectropion, or entropion, our expert doctors and surgeons can help. Contact the office at 425-259-2020 to schedule an appointment or to learn more about the services we offer.