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5 out of 5 stars Quick Lift
Dr. Lensink M.D. was very informative , friendly and helped me to feel very comfortable with the decision I was making about having the procedure. In four months it will be two years since I had the Quick Lift and I'm very happy with the results.
5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery
Dr. Lensink was so great at explaining everything about the surgery and recovery. I became nervous on surgery day, but he came to my side with his calm and happy demeanor and put me at ease. I highly recommend Dr. Lensink! Thank you Dr, I love the way my eyes look. You and your staff are wonderful. I will always refer to you!
5 out of 5 stars Fat Transfer
I Had a Deep Break Down of Fat Under my Eyes. I Looked Tired and Old. I Really Wanted It Fixed. Redding, CA
Dr. Lensink and his staff are amazing. I was nervous at the beginning of my procedure. They were awesome at answering my questions and making me feel comfortable. Dr. Lensink is knowledgeable and professional. He is also just a kind hearted person that genuinely cares about you and your health. I had a great experience and would recommend Dr. Lensink and his awesome staff to anyone looking into 3D fat transfer or facial sculpting. What a blessing to have the options to stay young as long as we can.
5 out of 5 stars Fractional Laser
Dr. Lensink and his staff were very courteous, organized and professional. They always run on time and they took time to answer my questions. I had a wonderful experience and would do it again.
$90. Consultation fee deducted from surgical fee under certain circumstances
Awards & Recognition
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate:
BS, Premedicine, Montana State University - Bozeman
BA, Speech Communications, Montana State University - Bozeman
Medical: MD, University of Washington School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: Internal Medicine, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
Residency: Ophthalmology, UC San Francisco Central California Medical Education Program
Oculoplastic Surgery, Kresge Eye Institute, Detroit, Michigan
Ophthalmology, Basic and Clinical Sciences Course, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Treatments offered at Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery | Daniel B. Lensink, M.D.
Blog Posts and Articles
Your skin will only look as young as you treat it, based on what you consume and the activities you perform each day. Studies performed around the world focus on the way food and your lifestyle affect premature aging; these results will tell you it's best to take care and pay attention to what you put into your body and to be mindful of your stress levels. If you’re experiencing drier skin than usual, then you may want to look at this list to see if anything is causing excessive dry skin, v...
Why it is Important to Research Your Doctor and See Before and After Photos Photos are constant representations of a plastic surgeon's work. On every single website and sur-gical review page, there should be a set of digital examples that showcases their surgical and cos-metic results. Make sure you know what you’re looking for and then do your research. A plastic surgery website should be separated by sections so you can sift through photos based on the sur-gical procedure y...
Bringing you new information that makes a difference is what makes our practice thrive. We find the best solutions available to solve your aesthetic concerns, taking great care to provide you with cosmetic treatments that yield natural-appearing results. We research treatments at the forefront of medical science striving to find those that are less invasive and shorten your recovery time. Our newest treatment is a vast improvement on facial volume...
We talk about the trimmings we’re going to need all around the table during the Thanksgiving holiday, but what about the trimmings we can make around our neck and chin? Trimming the fat and shrinking the excess skin left behind in this region is the best gift you can give yourself. The best part of this treatment we’re hoping to share with you at is that there’s no recovery time because it’s nonsurgical and amazing! We’re talking about Kybella injections for the area under your chin that...
The Longer, the Better: Latisse Longer lashes are a mark of beauty, and they add something exotic to your natural features. So many people around the world view the eyes as doors to the inner you, your soul, but what about the walkway to get there—that’s where your gorgeous lashes come in! For those of us not naturally honored with long, lush, thick lashes, products are lining the shelves at the drug store to help your lashes stand out or offer artificial enhancement t...
Most popular answers from Daniel Lensink, MD
Uneven eyes, iris showing completely in the left but in the right there is more sclera showing than the iris. How do I fix this?
Repair of lower lid retraction is a complicated undertaking. An oculoplastic surgeon could likely help you a great deal. Oculoplastic surgeons are eye... READ MORE
It appears from your photographs that you have slightly greater orbital (eye socket) fat cushions on the left than the right. The left fat pockets can... READ MORE
It appears that your right lower lid sits a little bit lower than your left. This can be surgically lifted. However your eyes are very pretty as they... READ MORE
In my experience it is best to wait for the Belatero to dissolve completely before moving forward with any other treatment. READ MORE
Your eyelids look to be in the early stages of healing. The incision lines look very healthy and clean with no signs of infection. Your surgeon looks... READ MORE
It's far too early to determine whether your issues will be long-lasting. Let yourself heal for several months before you become concerned. READ MORE
It appears to me that the outer corners of your eyes (lateral canthus/canthi) are about 2 millimeters lower than the inner corners (medial... READ MORE
Don't worry! This will almost certainly look unacceptable for several days or perhaps a few weeks, but it will also almost certainly heal just fine.... READ MORE
I specialize in eyelid surgery. Every day I tell patients I spend a third of my professional time getting patients ready for surgery, a third of my... READ MORE
I have thread veins on my cheeks and around my nose. Am I a suitable candidate for CO2 Laser? (Photo)
CO2 laser is acceptable for superficial thin veins. There are other lasers which are more specifically absorbed by red tissue (ie blood vessels).... READ MORE
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