Chris Thiagarajah, MD
110 Irving St NW Suite 1A-01, 301-277-4844
Washington, DC 20010 Get a Consultation
About Chris Thiagarajah, MD
Chris Thiagarajah, MD practices in Washington at Washington Oculoplastics as an Oculoplastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Thiagarajah was invited to join RealSelf in 2010, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 10 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services. Dr. Thiagarajah has hospital affiliations at Overlook Hospital, John F Kennedy Hospital .
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Posted by unhappy810
I did some research and reading other similar cases and most people rate this doctor very good.
Posted by Darin
The only issue I had was with the staff in regards to payment and communication, but these are not reflective on Dr Chris and his abilities. I was very concerned about a potentially very visible procedure, but Dr Chris was able to address my concerns with his professionalism and experience. The results of the procedure have been perfect, and the results are exactly what I had hoped for. I would highly recommend Dr Chris without reservation
Posted by sandyduncan
went to get an eyelid lift with this doctor..the results were great and he was so so nice...
Treatments offered at Washington Oculoplastics
Blog Posts and Articles
For patients who are interested I am collecting a series of patients for publication that describe patients who have had nodules from sculptra over 5 years. I hope this can educate other doctors about the risks and techniques of sculptra use. I encourage these patients to contact my office.
There appears to be a great deal of inquiry into the complications after upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty so this article was written to address those issues: What are the complications of blepharoplasty? The complications below are not listed in frequency or importance but give a comprehensive list...
When patients get eyelid surgery they are often unsure what the normal expectations for healing. How bruised am I expected to be? When will the swelling go away? When will I look "normal" again? This article is meant to give an honest account of what expectations should be after surgery. Most...
Education / Training
Medical: MD, Howard University School of Medicine Washington, D.C
Fellowship: Neuro-ophthalmology University of Cincinnati
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