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Removal of eyelid lesion

Removal of eyelid lesion

I don’t usually post this type of case, but thought this is something people should know about.⠀ ⠀ This woman lived with a growing mole on her upper eyelid for more than 20 years, and was scared to have it removed. Six weeks after a five minute office procedure you...

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Upper eyelid surgery in the office

Upper eyelid surgery in the office

Upper blepharoplasty surgery is very comfortable to do in the office setting with only local anesthesia and mild sedation (if needed). There is no need to go to sleep for this surgery for the vast majority of patients. Here is what we do to make you as comfortable as...

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Cosmetic eyelid surgery in men

Cosmetic eyelid surgery in men

Let’s talk about eyelid surgery in men. Men represent about 10% of my eyelid surgery patients overall, but are a growing segment of the market.⠀ ⠀ Lower eyelid surgery is fairly similar in men and women. The goal is usually to reduce under eye bags, which helps people...

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Anesthesia during eyelid surgery

Anesthesia during eyelid surgery

Let’s talk about anesthesia and eyelid surgery. Different surgeons will have different preferences, but here are my thoughts.⠀ ⠀ Upper blepharoplasty is very comfortable to perform in the office under local anesthesia. If patients are really nervous, a Xanax or Valium...

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