May 8, 2016
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August 18, 2015
The Good, The Bad, and The Funny: Recent Patient Reviews I am listing eighteen recent consecutive patient reviews of my practice, as I think they provide a pretty good sense of our priorities as a practice, including not just my own personal approach to patients, but also the committment of my entire team to our endeavor. (Why “eighteen”?
November 29, 2014
It turns out that a lot of surgeons perform eyelid surgery, including: ophthalmologists, dermatologists, otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons, and others. So why would you choose an oculoplastic surgeon, a surgeon who has trained in ophthalmology first, then in eyelid and eye socket surgery for 1-2 years exclusively afterwards?
December 16, 2014
The term Asian blepharoplasty generally refers to an upper eyelid procedure to remove excess tissue that pays special attention to the upper lid skin fold and crease of the Asian eyelid. Of course, there are countless crease and fold configurations — there is not one single “Asian eyelid”. Many patients think that, by going to an Asian surgeon (even one overseas), they are automatically going to having surgery by someone who understands eyelid anatomy in Asians.
April 10, 2013
Cosmetic reconstruction refers to the repair of eyelid malposition after previous cosmetic surgery has been performed. Dr. Walrath sees a significant number of people who are unhappy with their appearance, or whose eyes are uncomfortable, due to complications of prior cosmetic eyelid surgery.
September 25, 2012
“Cosmetic reconstruction,” a term coined by Dr. Clinton “Sonny” McCord, refers to the correction of problems caused by previous cosmetic surgeries. Most of these problems involve malposition of the lower lids after cosmetic blepharoplasty.
October 28, 2012
Surgeons have their own preferences when performing lower lid blepharoplasty. The older paradigm used to focus on how much fat and tissue could be removed. The more modern approach often considers how to reposition the fat to retain youthful fullness while eliminating the “bags”.