non-surgical Droopy Eyelid Removal singapore

droopy eyelids

What are droopy eyelids?

Scientifically known as ptosis, droopy or saggy eyelids occur when the skin above your eyes starts to sag. When it becomes severe, it may cause blocked vision and discomfort. Ptosis may happen to only one eye or both at the same time. 

Droopy eyelids can be categorised into 4 grades/stages, these are:

  • Grade 1: normal opening of the eye. Whites and pupils are easily visible with no blockage.
  • Grade 2: mild ptosis. Eyelid is blocking a small bit of the upper iris.
  • Grade 3: moderate ptosis. Upper part of the iris is blocked by the eyelid
  • Grade 4: severe ptosis. Iris and pupil are blocked by the eyelid, causing vision problems.
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common causes droopy eyelids in Singapore?

Droopy eyelids may be temporary or permanent, depending on the cause. 

In general, droopy eyelids are often caused by:

  • Age: as the skin around the eyes starts to lose elasticity and the muscles weaken over time, the eyelids start to droop. 
  • Nerve damage: certain neurological disorders and nerve damage can cause drooping eyelids. 
  • Congenital: some babies are born with droopy eyelids. 
  • Surgery: cataract or LASIK surgery can cause the eyelids to over stretch and sag. 

How do non-surgical droopy eyelid removal work in singapore?

Droopy eyelids can be repaired through non-surgical and non-invasive treatments in Singapore. These include skinboosters, fillers, and injectables, where formulations are injected near the eye area to relax the muscles as well as tighten and lift the skin to improve and reduce droopiness. 

Laser and ultrasound therapies can also treat droopy eyelids without surgery by stimulating the body’s natural production of collagen and elastin to tighten the skin and prevent eyelids from drooping further . 

Depending on the individual and severity of droopy eyelids, a combination of these therapies may be recommended for the best results. 


At Regen Clinic, our droopy eyelid treatments involve the following:

Our doctor will discuss with you on the severity of your condition and your desired results, before deciding on the best treatment option for you.

Benefits of non-surgical droopy eyelid removal in Singapore

  • Stimulates the body’s natural collagen and elastin production
  • Lifts the eyelids
  • Improves blocked vision
  • Reverses the signs of ageing
  • Fresher and brighter appearance
  • Improved facial laxity 
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Book an appointment with us via Whatsapp or email for a consultation. Our experts will provide you with professional advice and make the necessary arrangements for treatment.

Upon booking an appointment, we will revert to you within one working day.

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What conditions can droopy eyelid removal treat?

What results can I expect?

Upon receiving treatment for droopy eyelids, you can expect your vision to become clearer as the eyelids are no longer blocking the pupils. Additionally, your skin should feel firmer and tighter in the days to weeks after treatment as natural collagen production is boosted. 

How many treatment sessions are needed?

Depending on your medical history, skin type, age, and severity of droopy eyelids, the number of treatment sessions can vary. In general, 1-2 sessions are typically required for the best results. If extra sessions are recommended, they are usually scheduled a few weeks apart.

Non-surgical treatment for droopy eyelids is not a permanent solution. You may require more sessions after a year or so to prevent your eyelids from drooping again.
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FAQS ABOUT Droopy Eyelid Removal

Frequently Asked Questions
01. Why do I have droopy eyelids?
There are many reasons for droopy eyelids, including age, nerve damage, stroke, or underlying medical conditions. If you are concerned about droopy eyelids that happen suddenly, consult a doctor immediately.
02. Can I fix droopy eyelids?
There are many ways to fix droopy eyelids, including non-surgical aesthetic procedures that lift and tighten the skin.
03. At what age does ptosis start?
Ptosis can start in your 40s as the skin starts to lose elasticity and sag. However, some people are born with it. Additionally, it can start at any age if there are underlying causes.
04. Can lack of sleep cause droopy eyelids?
Lack of sleep can cause temporary droopy eyelids which can eventually become permanent if the habit does not improve.
05. Does wearing contact lenses cause droopy eyelids?

Yes, the repetitive movement of stretching your eyelids open can cause them to lose their laxity and elasticity overtime, causing your eyelids to droop.


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