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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery
Dr. Mohadjer was recommended by my Optometrist, Dr. Timothy Petito. Because of Dr. Mohadjer's artistry and attention to detail, I truly trusted her to do my surgery. My husband had the same surgery with Dr. Mohadjer and was equally pleased. I have since many friends to her and they all have been just as happy. I would recommend Dr. Mohadjer to anyone!
5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery
Very personable and thorough. Made my proble, HER problem. Great bedside manner. Would recommend to everyone.
Everyone has a different concept of beauty and youthfulness. It is important for me as a surgeon to be able to understand and learn what that is for each patient. By being approachable and easy to talk to, I form a relationship with each patient and really get to know them and their goals.
Free. Consultations are complimentary for new cosmetic consults only. Does not include revision or medically necessary consults. Please call for details as exceptions apply.
Awards & Recognition
NewBeauty Top Beauty Doctor, 2011 - 2015
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BA, The Johns Hopkins University
Medical: MD, University of Alabama School of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingInternship: St. John’s Mercy Medical Center
Residency: Ophthalmology, Saint Louis University
Ophthalmic Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Inc., with Dr. John Holds
Washington University School of Medicine, with Dr. Phil Custer
Treatments offered at Aesthetic Institute of West Florida
Most popular answers from Jasmine Mohadjer, MD
In an upper eyelid blepharoplasty, skin is almost always removed. The muscle and fat may be thinned judiciously as necessary. It really depends on... READ MORE
Dear John, Unfortunately, what we all have to tell our patients is that nothing is without some risk! On my consents, I even have "death"... READ MORE
Day 13 post transconjunctival blepharoplasty with fat repositioning: under eye skin look super wrinkled. Any suggestions?(photo)
You still have a significant amount of swelling at 13 days post operatively. The swelling can distort this aware quite a bit. Also in this area, we... READ MORE
Hello, the growth on your eyelid does not appear to be a chalazion but rather another benign growth that could easily be removed. An evaluation ... READ MORE
As an oculoplastic surgeon, in my mind, there is only a RARE patient that does not benefit from fat repositioning in doing blepharoplasty. Over the... READ MORE
Dear Gwen, I perfrom oculoplastic eyelid surgery exclusively. I ask my patients to start eating at least a cup of fresh pineapple starting three... READ MORE
Dear Kate, Botox is certainly an option for someone who has had Bells Palsy in the past. In fact, it is a treatment for Bells Palsy patients who have... READ MORE
Hi, I too recommend cool ice compresses for the first 1-2 days and then the patients can stop, continue, or switch to warm if they like. I like... READ MORE
Drooping eyelids in the older population is very common and is called Ptosis (the P is silent!) Generally it occurs because the muscle (levator... READ MORE
It is very possible for Botox to actually make the eyelids droop, but many times the heaviness we feel is due to the fact that we can no longer lift... READ MORE
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