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The procedures at Consultants in Ophthalmic and Facial Plastic Surgery include corrective aesthetic treatments, functional restoration, and even non-surgical options. Our expert staff is capable of treating patients' unique cosmetic and reconstructive needs.

 

Further information on surgical and non-surgical services can be found below. If you are ready to schedule a visit, feel free to contact us.

Cosmetic Procedures

As time passes, our skin shows the natural, inevitable signs of aging – wrinkles and sagging. You don’t have to live with those effects anymore. Cosmetic procedures available at our practice allow you to smooth lines and wrinkles, tighten sagging skin, and raise sunken areas so you can look as young and rejuvenated as you feel.

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Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is a minimally invasive and extremely effective method to restore a more youthful and rested look. Because the upper and lower eyelids, eyebrows and midface all play a role in the overall aesthetics of the face, all of these need to be considered when considering an upper eyelid blepharoplasty.

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Forehead / Brow Lift

Although numerous techniques exist to lift the brow and tighten the forehead, not all are the best option. We aim to apply the most efficient and least invasive techniques that will ensure a significant improvement and lasting effect.

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Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Lower eyelid bags and dark circles are two very common reasons patients seek a consultation with our facial plastic surgeons. Applying expert knowledge, skill and state-of-the-art technology, our physicians develop a customized plan that will bring you back to your natural, youthful appearance and help you maintain that look long term.

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Wrinkles & Facial Aging

Over time, the appearance of the face and neck changes as we lose muscle tone, volume, and skin elasticity. Facial aging also involves the creation of static and dynamic lines that form over time by muscular animation through our normal facial expressions.

Cosmetic Procedures

As time passes, our skin shows the natural, inevitable signs of aging – wrinkles and sagging. You don’t have to live with those effects anymore. Cosmetic procedures available at our practice allow you to smooth lines and wrinkles, tighten sagging skin, and raise sunken areas so you can look as young and rejuvenated as you feel.

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Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Upper eyelid blepharoplasty is a minimally invasive and extremely effective method to restore a more youthful and rested look. Because the upper and lower eyelids, eyebrows and midface all play a role in the overall aesthetics of the face, all of these need to be considered when considering an upper eyelid blepharoplasty.

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Forehead / Brow Lift

Although numerous techniques exist to lift the brow and tighten the forehead, not all are the best option. We aim to apply the most efficient and least invasive techniques that will ensure a significant improvement and lasting effect.

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Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty

Lower eyelid bags and dark circles are two very common reasons patients seek a consultation with our facial plastic surgeons. Applying expert knowledge, skill and state-of-the-art technology, our physicians develop a customized plan that will bring you back to your natural, youthful appearance and help you maintain that look long term.

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Wrinkles & Facial Aging

Over time, the appearance of the face and neck changes as we lose muscle tone, volume, and skin elasticity. Facial aging also involves the creation of static and dynamic lines that form over time by muscular animation through our normal facial expressions.

Functional & Reconstructive

Reconstructive surgery is performed to improve the function or appearance of the face that is abnormal because of congenital deformities (birth defects) or developmental deformities (i.e. damaged from injury, infection, disease, surgery, etc.). Reconstructive surgery differs from cosmetic surgery, which is performed to change the appearance of a normal feature.

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Droopy Upper Eyelids (Ptosis Repair)

Drooping eyelids, or ptosis, may be congenital, the result of an injury or acquired over time as muscles thin and stretch through the normal aging process. This drooping occurs when the muscles that lift the eyelid are not strong enough to do so properly and may require surgical repair.

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Eyelid Malposition

Laxity of eyelid tendons combined with weakening of muscles with age commonly cause entropion, although it could also occur as a result of trauma or scarring. Common causes of ectropion include age-related tendon laxity, trauma, scarring, or facial nerve paralysis associated with Bell’s Palsey.

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Eyelid Lesions & Skin Cancer

There are several types of skin cancers that can appear on and around the eyelids: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, and sebaceous gland carcinoma. A biopsy is usually required to confirm the diagnosis of skin cancer.

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Blocked Tear Ducts

Tears are naturally created by the lacrimal gland to lubricate the eyeball. When you blink, these tears are spread over the surface to keep it moist and healthy while excess lubrication is emptied into the tear duct and drained into your nose. If the tear duct is blocked, your tears back up and spill over your eyelids as if you are crying.

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Thyroid Eye Disease

Thyroid disease can cause many different eye problems. These include redness and swelling, double vision, decreased vision, eyelid retraction and a protrusion of the eye itself. A great deal can be done to improve these problems, but this may require surgery.

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Eyelid Reconstruction

In the unfortunate event of trauma or eyelid cancer, eyelid reconstruction may be necessary to maintain eyelid function and preserve vision while achieving an aesthetically natural appearance. Eyelid reconstruction, although not as involved as for cancer or trauma, can also come into play with conditions such as droopy eyelids or entropion/ectropion.

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Orbital Tumors & Fractures

The orbit is a series of bones that comprise the eye socket. Orbital fractures can result from trauma and may require surgical repair if accompanied by double vision, difficulty seeing, or deformity. Such surgery may involve exploration of the area to determine the full extent of the injury and implantation of various materials to rebuild and reinforce the wall of the orbit.

Functional & Reconstructive

Reconstructive surgery is performed to improve the function or appearance of the face that is abnormal because of congenital deformities (birth defects) or developmental deformities (i.e. damaged from injury, infection, disease, surgery, etc.). Reconstructive surgery differs from cosmetic surgery, which is performed to change the appearance of a normal feature.

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Droopy Upper Eyelids (Ptosis Repair)

Drooping eyelids, or ptosis, may be congenital, the result of an injury or acquired over time as muscles thin and stretch through the normal aging process. This drooping occurs when the muscles that lift the eyelid are not strong enough to do so properly and may require surgical repair.

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Eyelid Malposition

Laxity of eyelid tendons combined with weakening of muscles with age commonly cause entropion, although it could also occur as a result of trauma or scarring. Common causes of ectropion include age-related tendon laxity, trauma, scarring, or facial nerve paralysis associated with Bell’s Palsey.

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Eyelid Lesions & Skin Cancer

There are several types of skin cancers that can appear on and around the eyelids: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, melanoma, and sebaceous gland carcinoma. A biopsy is usually required to confirm the diagnosis of skin cancer.

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Blocked Tear Ducts

Tears are naturally created by the lacrimal gland to lubricate the eyeball. When you blink, these tears are spread over the surface to keep it moist and healthy while excess lubrication is emptied into the tear duct and drained into your nose. If the tear duct is blocked, your tears back up and spill over your eyelids as if you are crying.

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Thyroid Eye Disease

Thyroid disease can cause many different eye problems. These include redness and swelling, double vision, decreased vision, eyelid retraction and a protrusion of the eye itself. A great deal can be done to improve these problems, but this may require surgery.

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Eyelid Reconstruction

In the unfortunate event of trauma or eyelid cancer, eyelid reconstruction may be necessary to maintain eyelid function and preserve vision while achieving an aesthetically natural appearance. Eyelid reconstruction, although not as involved as for cancer or trauma, can also come into play with conditions such as droopy eyelids or entropion/ectropion.

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Orbital Tumors & Fractures

The orbit is a series of bones that comprise the eye socket. Orbital fractures can result from trauma and may require surgical repair if accompanied by double vision, difficulty seeing, or deformity. Such surgery may involve exploration of the area to determine the full extent of the injury and implantation of various materials to rebuild and reinforce the wall of the orbit.

Non-Surgical Rejuvenation

When you smile, laugh, frown, or look puzzled, you contract the muscles of your face. Over time, these contractions produce permanent furrows and deep wrinkles in the skin, especially around the eyes and mouth, between the eyebrows, and on the forehead. These lines can make you look older, sad, angry or tired. We can help correct these issues.

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Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Treatments

IPL (sometimes referred to as a “fotofacial”) uses various wavelengths of light passed through a small, transparent hand-piece to penetrate the skin tissue and create heat, targeting abnormal vessels responsible for inflammation. After treatment, the body removes the abnormal vessels and heals the inflammation that was threatening the skin and oil glands of the eyelids.

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BOTOX® & Fillers

BOTOX® injections is one of the top non-surgical procedures performed each year for the cosmetic treatment of crow’s feet, frown lines and deep lines on the forehead. It was originally introduced in the 1980’s by ophthalmologists for the medical treatment of muscular spasms around the eye area, an application that is still used today.

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Skin Tightening with Fractional CO2 Laser

Using very short, pulsed light energy, CO2 laser resurfacing precisely removes thin layers of skin with very little affect to surrounding tissue. The lasers work by basically vaporizing the outer layer of the skin by focusing in on water molecules, a procedure that reduces deep scars, wrinkles, and other imperfections.

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ResurFX™ Treatments

ResurFX™ is a highly effective fractional, non-ablative laser that keeps the skin intact, stimulates collagen growth, and tightens the underlying skin. The laser delivers light energy into the skin and heats deeper layers. ResurFX™ is FDA approved and unlike other similar laser treatments, it typically only requires one pass making for a faster, more comfortable experience.

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Kybella

Kybella is a non-surgical injectable used to help reduce the amount of fat underneath your chin. This fat is called submental fat or a “double chin”. Kybella can only be administered by specialists that have received training for the injectable.

Non-Surgical Rejuvenation

When you smile, laugh, frown, or look puzzled, you contract the muscles of your face. Over time, these contractions produce permanent furrows and deep wrinkles in the skin, especially around the eyes and mouth, between the eyebrows, and on the forehead. These lines can make you look older, sad, angry or tired. We can help correct these issues.

12_ipl
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Treatments

IPL (sometimes referred to as a “fotofacial”) uses various wavelengths of light passed through a small, transparent hand-piece to penetrate the skin tissue and create heat, targeting abnormal vessels responsible for inflammation. After treatment, the body removes the abnormal vessels and heals the inflammation that was threatening the skin and oil glands of the eyelids.

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BOTOX® & Fillers

BOTOX® injections is one of the top non-surgical procedures performed each year for the cosmetic treatment of crow’s feet, frown lines and deep lines on the forehead. It was originally introduced in the 1980’s by ophthalmologists for the medical treatment of muscular spasms around the eye area, an application that is still used today.

Pleased young Caucasian female undergoing the fractional carbon dioxide laser treatment in a beauty clinic
Skin Tightening with Fractional CO2 Laser

Using very short, pulsed light energy, CO2 laser resurfacing precisely removes thin layers of skin with very little affect to surrounding tissue. The lasers work by basically vaporizing the outer layer of the skin by focusing in on water molecules, a procedure that reduces deep scars, wrinkles, and other imperfections.

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ResurFX™ Treatments

ResurFX™ is a highly effective fractional, non-ablative laser that keeps the skin intact, stimulates collagen growth, and tightens the underlying skin. The laser delivers light energy into the skin and heats deeper layers. ResurFX™ is FDA approved and unlike other similar laser treatments, it typically only requires one pass making for a faster, more comfortable experience.

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Kybella

Kybella is a non-surgical injectable used to help reduce the amount of fat underneath your chin. This fat is called submental fat or a “double chin”. Kybella can only be administered by specialists that have received training for the injectable.

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