Cosmetic Surgery of the Eyelids, Eyebrows, Forehead and Mid-Face
Blepharoplasty, also referred to as cosmetic eyelift surgery, is the most common cosmetic procedure Dr. Massry performs. Blepharoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that restores a youthful and energetic look.
Addressing the hollowing or sagging cheek is a relatively new concept in cosmetic surgery. The cheek can be elevated to give a fuller and more youthful appearance to the face through surgery.
Patients who are experiencing drooping, sagging or bagginess of the lower eyelids may be candidates for a canthoplasty. These problems may appear for a variety of reasons, including unsatisfactory result from previous surgery, age, hormonal conditions, hereditary factors, trauma, or paralysis.
Endoscopic Brow Lift
Dr. Massry considers the eyebrows as the starting point of successful upper eyelid lifts (blepharoplasty). The brows must be in an appropriate position to attain beautiful, youthful and natural appearing upper eyelids. Dr. Massry is an expert in endoscopic eyebrow lifting
Ptosis correction is a minor surgical procedure, involving tightening of the muscle that lifts the eyelid. This can be performed through the eyelid skin or from the inside of the eyelid. The surgical approach taken depends on specific findings and testing performed during the preoperative evaluation.
One of the most significant advances in cosmetic eyelid surgery, or any cosmetic facial surgery over the years, has been the refinement of the fat grafting technique. One example would be augmenting blepharoplasty (or any cosmetic eyelid surgery) with some degree of fat grafting.
The eyes may be the most distinguishing feature of a person’s face. The goal of good cosmetic surgery, first and foremost, is to maintain health and function; and then to provide an improved and natural appearing outcome.
Lacrimal Gland Repair
Lacrimal Gland RepairRegain eyelid function and restore your natural, vibrant eyes Schedule a Consultation Lacrimal Gland Repair One of the lesser-known parts of the eyes are the lacrimal glands. These glands help with tear production. In some c…