Eyelid malposition (the term eye specialists use for an abnormal positioning of the eyelid) is relatively common, and it can take a number of different forms. However, despite it being a condition that occurs quite frequently, it is one that nevertheless may need to be addressed by an eye specialist, as eyelid malposition can not only affect your appearance, but can also have an impact on the ongoing health of your eyes.
It is recommended that you get a referral to an ophthalmologist who specialises in eyelid treatment in Adelaide if you have any form of eyelid malposition, including:
An eye specialist may recommend undergoing eyelid surgery in order to correct your eyelid malposition. This will usually be performed as day surgery under local anaesthetic. The type of surgery required will depend on your condition and the assessment made by your eye specialist