Video Blog – I have Ptosis by Elizabeth Halford

Elizabeth Halford is an accomplished photographer. In her vblog, I have Ptosis, she talks about the difficulties of living with Ptosis. About the differences between Ptosis and other “changes” we’d like to have or control about your body. Ptosis is … Continue reading

Ptosis Essay, Thoughts about Surgery and self-esteem

This is a really well written narrative article about Ptosis, unfortunately you have to pay to read the whole thing. One thing I noticed though the article says it is 447 words, but currently you can view about 347 so … Continue reading

Congenital Ptosis Repair Surgery – part 4 – 1.5 months later

About 45 days after the surgery, here’s a video describing and showing the progress. A little bit of scarring remains. He also describes a little bit on the cortizone injections that should help with scarring. A little bit of pain … Continue reading

Congenital Ptosis Repair Surgery – part 3

The gauzes and pads have been removed and this is day number 3 after the surgery. His eyes are still puffy and swollen, tender and bruised. Able to see more already, he definitely describes the surgery as an improvement. Previous … Continue reading

Congenital Ptosis Repair Surgery – part 2

The surgery wasn’t as easy as he thought, or other people might have led him to believe. He’s in a lot of pain, and has significant swelling due to the surgery. This is the second video, we posted the first … Continue reading

Congenital Ptosis Repair Surgery – part 1

A guy narrating describing the before surgery video and how his eyes look at this point. In a second video he describes the first day after ptosis surgery.

Jess Living with Ptosis

A narrative video blog by Jess. She tells you about growing up with Ptosis. She had her first surgery around 10 years old. She describes how she remembers the surgery, consultation, before and after. Jess describes her experiences with other … Continue reading