An Entropion is a condition in which the eyelid turns inward towards the eye, causing the eyelashes and skin to rub against the cornea surface. This often results in irritation and discomfort in the eye area, causing the eyeball to become very red due to the constant friction
Surgery Can Help
- Relieve irritation or watering caused by an inward facing eyelid
- Reduce the risk of infection and scarring of the inner eyelid Improve the eye’s function of keeping foreign substances out
- Resume functionality that helps properly hydrate the eye
How is the Surgery Performed?
The procedure begins with Dr. Cole administering a local anesthetic, and the area is cleansed and ready for surgery. A small section of eyelid tissue is removed from the treatment area, then the fibrous connective tissue, which supports the edge of the eyelid, is sutured together.