Most eyelid bumps and lumps are harmless, but there’s no surefire way to know that without having a doctor check them out. In this post, Dr. Michael McCracken of McCracken Eye and Face Institute offers a basic primer of the most common types of eyelid bumps; he also explains when to have a lump or bump checked out by an eye doctor.
What is Ptosis? Ptosis, also known as droopy eyelids, occurs when one’s upper eyelid droops down on or over the eye. Droopy eyelids can be caused by natural aging, trauma, or several other medical conditions. This can occur in one or both eyelids and can impact one’s sight. For those with droopy eyelids that sag … Read more