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A Non-Surgical Solution for Droopy Eyelids

Upneeq

What Causes Droopy Eyelids?

When the eyelid muscles stretch and weaken, this leads to drooping of the upper eyelid. This condition is known as acquired ptosis.

How Can I Treat This Condition?

Upneeq Before and After - Mild Upneeq Before and After - Moderate Upneeq Before and After - Severe

We are excited there is a new eyedrop called Upneeq®, an FDA-approved prescription eyedrop for droopy eyelids that lifts your upper eyelids to open your eyes.

Clearview is lucky to be the sole provider of Upneeq® in San Diego County, as our very own Clinical Director, William Schiff O.D. served as the Principal Investigator in the FDA clinical trials.

"One drop daily with Upneeq® lifts your lids, giving you that younger, less tired look. But without the need for surgery. 'Our patients love that!'" - Dr. Schiff

What Can Upneeq® Do For Me?

One Drop Lifts the Eyelid(s) Quickly

Most patients in clinical trials had a lift in their eyelids in as little as 2 hours

  • 84% of patients had some form of improvement
  • 74% of patients had more than a 50% improvement

In one study, some patients saw a lift in their eyelids as fast as 5 minutes after the first dose.

How Can I Get Upneeq®?

Schedule an appointment with Clearview to ask one of our doctors if Upneeq® is right for you! Examinations may be covered by most PPOs and Medicare, depending on your plan.

One box of Upneeq® contains 30 days worth of eyedrops.

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Change your Life!

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