Northbrook Oculoplastic Surgeon
500 N. Skokie Blvd., Suite 120
Northbrook, Illinois 60062 US
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5 out of 5 stars Injectable Fillers

Age 27, Tear Trough Filler

Very nice, professional and gentle. Squeezed me in for a procedure during a busy time and was very courteous. I had to wait for a while but I didn't mind considering he was doing me a favor by seeing me during a crazy booked time with short notice. The actual procedure was fairly quick (maybe 20 minutes), a little painful, stingy and some spots were really nervy but it wasn't too bad, maybe a 4 out of 10 on the pain scale. Overall good experience.

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Personal Statement

Dr. Tresley is one of a handful of Oculofacial plastic surgeons in the Chicago area. He is also a Board Certified Ophthalmologist as well as a Clinical Instructor at Northwestern University. Dr. Tresley has a Fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Kresge Eye Institute.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

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Awards & Recognition

Clinical Instructor of Oculoplastic Surgery at Northwestern University

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Tresley has hospital affiliations at Northshore University Health System Hospital, Skokie, Illinois, Highland Park Hospital, Highland Park, Illinois.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Northwestern University Medical School
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Fellowship: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Kresge Eye Institute

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Should I get lower eyelid blepharoplasty or fillers under my eyes? (photos)

You may want to consider a lower blepharoplasty. Puffiness of the lower eyelids can make you looked aged or tired causing large bags or dark... READ MORE

Can Botox lift hooded/drooping eyelids and eyebrows? (photos)

Botox can be injected to provide a minimal lift to the brow which could possibly lift the the upper lid a small amount. In your case, it appears you... READ MORE

Eyelid Surgery Recovery

Swelling and bruising may occur after the eyelid lift. We tell patients to sleep with the head slightly elevated at a 30-degree angle for the first... READ MORE

I had my lips injected with 1cc of juvaderm ultra plus - it looks uneven and bumpy. Is it the product or the injector? (photos)

The lips are extremely sensitive. It is very common for lips to swell after injections and there might even be a few bumps. If the swelling does not... READ MORE

What Are the Requirements to Have Insurance Cover Blepharoplasty?

Once your vision becomes clearly impaired you should consult with an Oculofacial Plastic surgeon who specializes in correcting this type of condition.... READ MORE

Droopy Eyelids - Alternatives to Eyelift Surgery?

For upper eyelid sagging you can try BOTOX or Dysport right above the brow. It will temporarily lift your brows slightly which will give your eyes a... READ MORE

Lower lid pulling down. Should I just wait to have it corrected and is it reasonable to believe it will heal? (photos)

Good question. Every patient heals differently. It might help to massage the area several times a day pushing in an upward motion. You might have a... READ MORE

I have different eye sizes. What surgery can be done to correct this? (Photo)

I suggest you go see an Oculofacial Plastic Surgeon. Make sure they are a specialist in this field. They will be able to examine you and tell you if... READ MORE

How long does it take for redness and swelling, irritation to go away after eyelid surgery?

Every patient heals at a different rate. I have had patients who have healed in 4-6 weeks as well as patients that heal in 3-4 months. After a few... READ MORE

I have melasma after having four kids. It's getting worse. I have dark skin tone. And unsure what kind of treatment I should do.

I usually put my patients on a product we carry called So Bright. This product has skin toning and lightening benefits and combines Kojic Acid,... READ MORE

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