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What happened to Forest Whitakers eye?
Why does Forest Whitaker’s eye look like that?
In actuality, his trademark feature is caused by a condition known as ptosis, which causes the eyelid to either droop or fall. Whitaker himself has stated that he has thought about fixing his eye with surgery, although not for cosmetic reasons, but because he finds that it affects his vision.
What causes ptosis?
Can ptosis be fixed?
How is ptosis treated?
Is ptosis the same as lazy eye?
What ptosis means?
Can ptosis go away naturally?
Is ptosis surgery painful?
Is ptosis considered a disability?
How do you get rid of ptosis without surgery?
Does ptosis get worse with age?
Is ptosis surgery risky?
How much does ptosis surgery cost?
Is ptosis permanent?
Can Botox fix ptosis?
Botox can be used to help lift the brow but will not address any ptosis. It is important you have an exam to determine if your ptosis is caused by excess skin of the upper lids or dysfunction of the muscles of the eyelids.
How do you hide ptosis in pictures?
- Focus on Your Eyelashes.
- Cover Dark Shadows With Concealer.
- Lift Eyes With Highlighter.
- The Upper Lid Trick.
- Skip the Shimmer.
- The “Less Is More” Rule.
- Say “Yes!” to False Lashes.