EYELID

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HOLIDAYS = LENSES



SHOW YOUR EYES ...
WITH LENSES !!!
WHAT IS CATARACT?



CLOUDING OF THE LENS


LENSES....
SO EASY !



ARE THERE...
DISCREET MAGNIFIERS?



YES,  SUCH AS EASYPOCKET





DAILIES: SAY IT WITH
YOUR EYES!
WHY DO YOU REGULAR NEED
EYE EXAMINATION WHEN YOU
HAVE GLAUCOMA? 



YOU DON'T FEEL ANYTHING
BUT YOUR EYE CAN GET BLIND
SLOWLY
WHEN THE EYE PRESSURE
IS TO HIGH!




METAMORPHOSIS
(=curved lines)




THIS MAY INDICATE AGE
RELATED MACULA
DEGENERATION



YOU ONLY HAVE  2 EYES:

CHECK YEARLY !

SEE CLEARLY  !

EYELID » OPERATIONS »
EYELIDS THAT ARE TURNING INWARDS
"entropion"
WHAT IS ENTROPION?

Entropion is an inwardly turned edge of the lower eyelid. This allows the eyelashes to rub against the cornea and can causes corneal damage. Sometimes the entropion is not continuously present, but only when you're sqeezing the eyelids the lower eyelid rolls inwards.

In some cases there are few complaints, in these cases the entropion doesn't have to be corrected. Usually there are symptoms such as pain, irritation, redness, light sensitivity and a feeling of sand. In these cases, it is recommended to correct the deviation, due to the scratchy hair the cornea may be permanently damaged.


What happens during the operation?

The eye is anesthetized and prepared for surgery.
A horizontal incision is made under the eyelid.
In the outside corner the eyelid is cut off.
A piece of the eyelid is removed, what makes the lid tighter.



The lower eyelid is again attached to the outer corner.
Special sutures are placed deep in the eyelid, therefore the eyelid will turn out again.
The skin is sutured.




We fulfill the following operation as the English-language film shows on YouTube. We take away some extra skin to expose the lower eyelid is pulled out more.




 
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