I needed a ptosis repair on one eye for mild ptosis. My eyes were already good and I was happy with them besides the ptosis. I was very concerned that having corrective surgery would disturb my natural anatomy but Dr. Goldberger assured me he would be careful and conservative and he earned my trust.
Instead of doing just a ptosis repair on the one eye that needed it, he upsold me on inappropriate skin removal for both eyes, saying my eyes would not be symmetrical without skin removal on both eyes.
In hindsight I can't believe I was so dumb to go with this horrible advice when my non ptosis eye was fine already. but I did the surgery, and He did fix the ptosis (it's not perfect but improved), however my eyes were ruined from the upper eyelid skin removal.( bilateral blepharoplasty)
He reduced both of my upper eyelid folds which left assymetrical, muddled crease lines that look completely different than before. Before, my eyes were almond and doe eyed and had high parallel creases. Now, the scarline cuts down lower in a harsh angle through my old crease making both my eyes look smaller, rounded and aged. I also have lash and brow ptosis, and lines have formed through my forehead from the brow ptosis, where there were none before.