Danbury Oculoplastic Surgeon
69 Sand Pit Rd., Ste. 200
Danbury, Connecticut 06810 US
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7 years experience
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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

Consultation Fee

$100

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Zamecki has hospital affiliations at Danbury Hospital, Danbury CT.

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, New Jersey Medical School
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residency: Ophthalmology, Mount Sinai Medical Center
    Fellowship: UPMC Eye Center, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Treatments offered at Danbury Eye Physicians & Surgeons

Most popular answers from Katherine Zamecki, MD, FACS

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What is going on with my right eye? Smaller and higher than right. (photos)

I don't think a neurologist will help you. I would see an oculoplastic surgeon - this is an ophthalmologist who specializes in the eyelids and orbit.... READ MORE

I have a droopy eye 6 days after lower lid surgery. What can I do? (Photo)

Sometimes after cosmetic lower eyelid surgery, the lower eyelid can pull down temporarily or, rarely, permanently. You are only six days post-op and... READ MORE

Tear production test before lower bleph?

A tear production test, called a Schimer's, measures your tear production over a period of time (several minutes). The test is performed by placing a... READ MORE

How should I get rid of and what may be the cause of bags/discoloration under eyes? (Photo)

In the first photo, it appears you have some protrusion of the lower eyelid fat pads. Often this is hereditary (especially at your young age), but can... READ MORE

One month post-op from Lower Bleph with complications. Is this normal? (Photos)

At one month post-operatively you are still healing. Any lumps/bumps may be residual swelling and/or internal sutures. Give these lumps/bumps more... READ MORE

Is use of Hyaluronidase safe to dissolve Belotero in the tear trough?

If you are unhappy with the result, it is a good idea to try some hyaluronidase. It is safe to use in this area and should dissolve the product.... READ MORE

Sclera show and lateral rounding after lower blepharoplasty (7 weeks post op) what will fix this? (photos)

You do indeed have mild bilateral lower eyelid retraction after your blepharoplasty. This is not an uncommon occurrence and is due to some scarring in... READ MORE

I dont know my left eye has ptosis or excess skin? (photo)

You clearly have mild ptosis of that upper eyelid. The vertical aperture of that eye is smaller than the other and you can see that the light reflex... READ MORE

Is there an increased risk for a second blepharoplasty?

It is definitely possible to have a second blepharoplasty. A new incision is created adjacent to the old incision so that the old incision is excised.... READ MORE

Uneven eyelid post incisional blepharoplasty. Any other options in the future to correct this? (photos)

I don't think your incisions look uneven at all in the picture with your eyes closed, and your eyelids look terrific when open. Your mild asymmetry is... READ MORE

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