Conjunctival Chalasis is a condition in which the conjunctiva loses its normal elasticity and no longer adheres well to the underlying sclera. This leads to redundancy of the conjunctiva which bunches up along the lower lid margin. Common symptoms include chronic redness, irritation, and tearing that does not respond to medical therapy, such as eye drops. The abnormal areas of conjunctiva can be surgically removed and replaced with graft tissue to relieve symptoms.