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Procedures: The Artistic Eye Difference

Dr. Linden Doss is an expert in cosmetic, reconstructive, and functional eye-area surgeries, focusing on the forehead, brows, upper cheeks, and eyelids. Specializing in post-cancer or trauma reconstruction, eye socket, and tear duct issues, our work enhances eye function without venturing into full-face or body surgeries. This allows us to perfect our craft in the peri-orbital region through extensive, specialized training.

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Entropion

Entropion surgery corrects the inward-turning eyelid, mainly the lower one. The procedure adjusts muscles and tissues to reposition the lid, relieving irritation. It's a simple outpatient surgery with minimal discomfort and quick recovery.

Ptosis

Ptosis surgery addresses drooping eyelids by tightening or repositioning the muscles that control eyelid movement. Focused mainly on lifting the eyelid to improve vision and appearance. 

Upper Blepharoplasty

Upper blepharoplasty addresses excess skin or fat on the upper eyelids. By removing the surplus tissue, it enhances the eyelid's appearance and can also improve vision if sagging skin obstructs sight.

Lower Blepharoplasty

Lower blepharoplasty addresses issues like puffiness, excess skin, or wrinkles beneath the eyes. It involves removing or repositioning fat and tissue to create a smoother, rejuvenated appearance.

Neuromodulators
(Botox & Fillers)

Neuromodulators are injectables that relax muscles, reducing wrinkles in areas like the forehead and around the eyes. They work by blocking nerve signals, providing smoother skin with natural-looking results.

Facial Fat Grafting

Facial fat grafting transfers fat from one part of the body to the face, enhancing volume and smoothing wrinkles. This procedure, using harvested natural fat, provides lasting and natural-looking results with minimal downtime.

Brow Lift

A brow lift is a cosmetic procedure that elevates the eyebrows to create a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance. It involves adjusting the skin and tissues of the forehead to lift and tighten the brow area.

Cancer & Benign Growth Removal

The removal of cancerous or benign growths around the eye involves surgically excising abnormal tissue from the eyelid or surrounding areas. This aims to eliminate potentially harmful growths while preserving the eye's function and appearance.

Tear Drains

Tear drain surgery, also known as dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR), corrects blockages in the tear drainage system. It involves creating a new passage for tears to drain properly from the eyes into the nose.

Hordeola & Chalazia
(styes)

Surgery for hordeola (external styes) and chalazia (internal styes) involves a minor procedure to drain the blocked oil glands causing the bump on the eyelid with a small incision to remove the accumulated fluid or material.

Eye Trauma

Eye trauma surgery repairs injuries around the eye, aiming to restore function and appearance. The procedure varies based on the injury's extent, focusing on proper healing and minimizing scarring for optimal recovery.

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