Palm Beach Gardens Oculoplastic Surgeon
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Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410 US
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5 out of 5 stars Sculptra Aesthetic

Dr Hass is One of the Best! - - Palm Beach, FL

I went to Dr Hass complaining of facial volume loss and forehead wrinkling. She was very knowledgeable about the pros and cons of potential products and explained to me how we would achieve the most natural look without compromising change. I ended up getting Dysport and Sculptra Injections. Her injection technique for the Sculptra was incredibly painless and methodical. I could tell she...

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Personal Statement

"When I chose to narrow my training to ophthalmic plastic surgery it was because I saw an exciting and rapidly changing field of surgery. The attention to detail and technologies available combine with my artistry and help me give patients the beautiful and natural results they desire.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology


American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)

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Hospital Privileges

Dr. Hass has hospital affiliations at Jupiter Medical Center, Laser & Surgery Center of the Palm Beaches.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: BS, University of Pennsylvania
    Medical: MD, University of North Carolina
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Internal Medicine, St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center
    Residency: Ophthalmology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
    Fellowship: Orbital Surgery and Oculoplastics, Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Treatments offered at Hass Plastic Surgery Center & MediSpa

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Can I eliminate circles around my eyes?

Circles under the eyes cannot be fully eliminated. This pigmentation is often genetic and there is not much you can do without a good concealer. However, there are some options to help. Age contributes to some of the shadows since this skin thins as we get older often exposing tiny blood vessels. Sometimes IPL laser can offer minor improvement and a chemical peel may tighten skin somewhat. Another avenue may be surgical with a lower lid eye lift. This may help eliminate bags which are...

What is Sculptra® and how does it work?

We all know what an older face looks like, but we can’t always identify what makes it look older. Even in a lifted, injected face, there can be diffuse volume loss that contributes significantly to an aged appearance, especially in the temples and cheeks. Sculptra®Aesthetic (injectable poly-L-lactic acid) is used to address these areas. Sculptra®Aesthetic consists of a pulverized form of dissolvable suture. As such, it stimulates your body’s natural responses to build collagen while disso...

Why do some women look over-filled with a puckered-lip fish look after injectables?

When injectable facial fillers are done correctly, most women (and men, because many men are now using fillers as well) will not get the trout mouth or puckered lip look. But, unfortunately the temptation and desire to eliminate every wrinkle can result in overfilling an area and creating distortion. For example when just a top lip is filled and the bottom is ignored an imbalanced look can occur creating an unnatural look. Some patients have a strong desire to achieve a certain look so...

How often do I have to repeat cosmetic facial procedures?

We recommend repeating microdermabrasion or light chemical peels every 3 months. This will help your skin look healthy and exfoliate the top layers of skin for a pretty complexion. BOTOX® is usually repeated every 4-6 months and the injectable filler products for the face vary according to type used and location injected. The range to repeat filler injections can be as short as every 6 months (for just lip enhancement) or up to every 1-2 years for other areas. For cosmetic facial surgical ...

Why consider an oculoplastic surgeon for eyelid surgery?

Oculoplastic surgeons are board certified in ophthalmology (eye surgery) and have completed specialty training in plastic surgery of the eye area, upper face, eye sockets and tear duct system. This training has given me the keen awareness for the nuances required to give patients a refreshed and naturally shaped eyelid, while also protecting the eye's health. While I focus my practice in oculoplastics, I do maintain my board certification in ophthalmology and I'm an active member of the...

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Under eye swelling/puffiness post Cataract surgery?

It is not unusual for patients to notice puffiness under their eyes after cataract or LASIK surgery. Depending on the type of anesthesia used (re... READ MORE

When Can I Use my Contacts After Eyelid Surgery?

I allow my patients to try soft contact lenses as soon as 6-7 days following surgery. I encourage gas-permeable lens wearers to wait a little longer... READ MORE

Recently Discontinued Having Lips Filled and Now Have Lip Wrinkles, Will These Smooth Out?

There are a number of reasons why you may be seeing wrinkles around your lips that you had not noticed when you started getting fillers in them. 1st... READ MORE

Is 7 Days Too Early to Remove Stitches for Upper Blepharoplasty?

My preferred time to remove sutures is 5 days after surgery. 4 days is OK, but can be a little soon in some cases. I have no problem waiting 6 days,... READ MORE

Is it standard procedure for a surgeon to conduct a dry eye test prior to having an upper blepharoplasty?

I used to perform dry eye tests on all my patients, and stopped doing so many years ago because the results had no real bearing on whether or not a... READ MORE

Upper eyelid surgery at 26? Should I do it and if so, do I wait until the botox wears off in my forehead? (photo)

In general, you do not have to wait until Botox wears off prior to having eyelid surgery. However, make sure that your surgeon is aware that you've... READ MORE

Scleral Show 1 Weel After Blepharoplasty, Should I Wait to do Anything? (photo)

Because of swelling and bruising, it is not unusual to see some early scleral show that resolves readily with time. 1st - address your concerns with... READ MORE

Can You Perform Blepharoplasty for Hollow Lower Eyelids?

You can have surgery on hollow lower lids if there is excess skin or distinct fat bulges. It is very important that you see a surgeon who has lots of... READ MORE

How Effectively Does Dysport Reduce Droopy Eyelids Following a Botox Procedure?

Extremely rare, but a droopy lid can happen follwing injections of Dysport, Botox, or Xeomin. All three products work by temporarily paralyzing the... READ MORE

How Will Eyelid Surgery Affect Eyelash Regrowth?

You should not see a significant long-term change in your eyelashes after surgery. Sometimes the trauma of surgery can kick a lot of the lashes into a... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Hass

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