This section contains information on minor and common surgical procedures performed at the Laurentians Eye Institute (LEI). These could be recommended as part of the treatment plan established for patients following a complete ophthalmic evaluation.
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The treatment for ptosis (or drooping eyelid) consists of surgically removing excess skin tissue to allow the shorter eyelid to rise more fully.
A skin tag, or acrochordon, is a common and benign polyp-shaped cutaneous tumoral growth.
A chalazion is the inflammation or obstruction of one or more Meibomian glands located in the eyelids.
Eyelid surgery (or blepharoplasty) is most commonly used to treat ptosis, entropion and ectropion.
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