Reconstructive Procedures

Regain Your Confidence By Restoring Your Natural Look


Reconstructive AnophthalmiaLook and feel confident with a natural, aesthetically pleasing appearance and prosthetic Schedule a Consultation Anophthalmia – Reconstructive Eye Surgery Anophthalmia is the absence of an eye. It is a condition that can be c…


Eyelid Cancer

Eyelid Cancer SurgeryRestore your health and vision with this beneficial reconstructive procedure Schedule a Consultation Reconstructive Eyelid Cancer Surgery   Cancer of the eyelids and surrounding areas are not uncommon. Eyelid cancers account f…


Thyroid Eye Disease

Thyroid Eye DiseaseDr. Massry is a trusted expert for eyelid and orbital reconstruction Schedule a Consultation Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) Patients with thyroid abnormalities often manifest eyelid and orbital disease. The orbital refers to the bony cavi…


Ectropion & Entropion Repair

Lower lid retraction surgery

Ectropion is an eyelid defect in which the eyelid margin (where the lashes are) turns out – either on the upper or lower eyelid. This leads to a variety of symptoms including ocular (eyeball) irritation, a red eye, pain, infections and tearing.

Cheek Lift

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.

Ptosis Repair

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.

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