Cosmetic & Oculoplastic Services

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Blepharoplasty (Lid Lift/Eyelid Surgery)

As we age, the skin around our eyes loses much of its elasticity, making it very common to develop sagging eyelids. This effect is often much more advanced in smokers and in those who have had excessive sun exposure.

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Opus Skin Resurfacing

Opus skin resurfacing is an advanced cosmetic procedure that utilizes fractional radiofrequency (RF) technology to rejuvenate and improve the appearance of the skin. By delivering precise micro-needles of RF energy to the skin's surface, Opus promotes collagen production and tissue remodeling, reducing wrinkles, fine lines, acne scars, and pigmentation irregularities. Unlike traditional ablative lasers, Opus resurfacing is gentle, with minimal downtime and discomfort. The customizable treatment settings allow for tailored solutions to various skin concerns, making it suitable for a wide range of individuals seeking smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking skin.

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Crows Feet

Treatment for crow's feet involves non-surgical procedures to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. Common methods include injections with Botox to relax the muscles causing crow's feet and dermal fillers such as Juvederm to plump up the skin. Laser therapy may also be utilized to improve skin texture and stimulate collagen production. Consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon helps determine the most suitable approach tailored to individual needs. Regular maintenance sessions may be necessary for sustained results.

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Under Eye Bags

Treatment for under-eye bags typically involves various non-surgical options to reduce puffiness and rejuvenate the eye area. Techniques may include injectable fillers such as Juvederm to add volume and smooth out hollows, laser therapy to tighten loose skin and stimulate collagen production, and chemical peels to improve skin texture. Additionally, surgical procedures like blepharoplasty may be considered to remove excess fat and skin. A consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon is essential to determine the most appropriate treatment based on individual needs and desired outcomes. Regular follow-ups and maintenance sessions may be recommended for optimal results.

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Puffy Eyes

Treatment for puffy eyes aims to reduce swelling and rejuvenate the area around the eyes. Non-surgical options include injectable fillers to add volume and smooth out hollows, laser therapy to tighten loose skin and stimulate collagen production, and chemical peels to improve skin texture. Surgical procedures like blepharoplasty may be considered to remove excess fat and skin. Consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon is crucial to determine the most suitable treatment based on individual needs. Regular follow-up and maintenance sessions may be advised for optimal results.

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Stye, Skin Tag and Chalazion

Treatment for styes, skin tags, and chalazions typically involves non-invasive procedures to alleviate symptoms and improve appearance. Styes may be treated with warm compresses, antibiotics, or incision and drainage if necessary. Skin tags can be removed through cryotherapy, laser therapy, or surgical excision. Chalazions may require warm compresses, steroid injections, or surgical drainage. Consultation with an oculoplastic specialist is crucial to determine the most suitable treatment approach tailored to individual needs. Follow-up care may include monitoring for recurrence and addressing any concerns to ensure optimal eye health and cosmetic outcomes.

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Latisse

Our eyes are one of our most defining facial features, yet many of us are unhappy with them for one major reason – our lashes. Lashes are not only a practical feature but a cosmetic one. Unfortunately, we have not all been blessed with long, curly, dark and luscious lashes that frame our face. In fact, many of us feel that our lashes are a little lackluster, missing fullness and definition. Thankfully, there is now a solution – Latisse.

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Ectropion and Entropion

Treatment for ectropion (outward eyelid turning) and entropion (inward eyelid turning) aims to restore proper eyelid positioning and function. Ectropion may be corrected surgically by tightening the eyelid muscles and tissues, often through a procedure called a lateral tarsal strip. Entropion may require surgical correction to reposition the eyelid margin, typically through eyelid retractor reattachment or tissue resection. Consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon is crucial to assess the severity and determine the most suitable treatment approach tailored to individual needs. Follow-up care ensures proper healing and optimal eye function.

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Orbital Decompression

Orbital decompression is a surgical procedure aimed at relieving pressure within the eye socket (orbit). It is commonly performed to alleviate symptoms associated with thyroid eye disease (Graves' disease), such as bulging eyes (proptosis) and optic nerve compression. During the procedure, the surgeon removes or repositions bone and fat tissue from the orbit to create more space and reduce pressure on the eyeball and surrounding structures. This helps improve eye function, alleviate discomfort, and enhance cosmetic appearance. Consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon is essential to determine candidacy and discuss potential risks and benefits. Follow-up care ensures proper healing and optimal outcomes.

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Botox

One of the most common complaints that women have is wrinkles and fine lines on the face. Therefore, it is no surprise that Botox is the most popular cosmetic procedure out there. Botox got approval for the treatment of wrinkles in 2002. Since then, millions of people around the world have benefited from the treatment.

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Juvederm

As people continue to age, many signs of aging begin showing on the face. One of the more noticeable signs is the laugh lines around the mouth. If you have started to develop these and you want to get rid of them, there are cosmetic treatments you can go for.

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