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Our state-of-the-art facilities offer the most advanced medical and surgical technology available for all your eye care needs. We have a full service optical dispensary integrated conveniently within our facilities. Our Board Certified physicians are skilled in the latest treatments for glaucoma and diabetic eye disease. We provide laser assisted cataract surgery and offer multifocal ReSTOR, Tecnis, and Toric intraocular lenses to our patients. We also offer ocular plastic and elective facial plastic surgery procedures as well as Custom LASIK and Epi-LASIK laser eye treatments as part of our comprehensive approach to all your eye care needs.
We appreciate the trust you have placed in us. We realize that your eyesight is a precious gift and we are dedicated to preserving it for a lifetime.
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Most patients do not notice or complain of actual descent of the eyebrow, but increased upper eyelid bags or hooding (dermatochalasis) due to excess skin in the upper eyelid fold. For these patients, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) will be beneficial. However, some may also require surgery to lift the eyebrow itself, as eyelid surgery alone may worsen an already drooping eyebrow. In addition to normal aging of the supporting structures of the eyebrow, some disease conditions can cause descent of the eyebrow (e.g. facial nerve damage).
Drooping of the eyebrow can be repaired surgically. Most patients experience immediate resolution of the problem once surgery is completed, with little post-operative discomfort. After healing, your eyes will feel comfortable and have a natural, more youthful appearance.
Depending on the patient's complaints and severity of the condition, various procedures may be performed to improve the stability and position of the eyebrow. For the small proportion of patients whose symptoms and signs are very severe, these procedures may be offered for functional reasons would therefore be available through private medical insurance. However, for most patients who seek treatment for brow descent, treatment falls into the realms of cosmetic surgery and is therefore only available privately via self-funding.