Hi, First I say get past. Ptosis in the upper eyelid may consist of congenital or subsequent diseases and accidents. First of all, it should be understood whether the cause of ptosis is progressive or progressive. Then the degree of ptosis is measured and according to it, the eyelid deficiency / levator muscle function is determined in mm. After all, it is decided which surgery is appropriate. For example, for mild, mild ptosis, there are completely separate types of surgery for another, advanced ptosis for moderate ptosis. Postoperatively, eyelid functions can be increased and the upper lid can be lifted further. There is a risk of any surgery, but ptosis surgeries are relatively low risk. It is likely that there may be corneal injury or recurrence or over correction in the eye. If desired, excess skin in the upper eyelid can also be taken in the same operation and aesthetically more beautiful results can be obtained. I'il wait if you have any more questions. Nurcan will inform you of the price information. Bye now.