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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center
Post-Medical School TrainingResidencies:
Surgery, Mount Sinai Hospital, NYC 1970
Ophthalmology, NYU-Bellevue Medical Center, 1972-1975
Fellowship: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary/Manhattan Eye and Ear Hosp. 1975-1976
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I Got a Blepharoplasty Three Weeks Ago and One of my Lower Eyelids is Drooping, How Long Do I have to Wait for Revision? (photo)
First you need to massage the eyelid upward a few times a day for a week or two and you need to wait for swelling to subside. If the problem does not... READ MORE
The first step is massage and patience. If it does not go back into position you should have an evaluation by some one experienced in fixing this not... READ MORE
The conjunctival (back) surface of the eyelid heals quickly. The under surface of your eyelid should be examined and if a piece of suture is... READ MORE
A patch is usually placed on the eye to protect it until the defect can be repaired which is usually within about 24 hours. READ MORE
If you have lower eyelid puffiness due to fat coming forward you would benefit cosmetically from a lower eyelid blepharoplasty. A picture would be... READ MORE
The answer to your question is definitely yes. The outer area of your lower eyelid and cheek can be brought up and sutured into the appropriate... READ MORE
You should see a neurologist before considering any repair to rule out a neurologic cause of your droopy eyelids particularly myasthenia gravis. From... READ MORE
From your description of the corrective procedure I do not know exactly what was done at the lateral canthal area.There are procedures that can... READ MORE
Puffiness of the upper and lower eyelids represents fatty pockets that are coming forward hence visible under the skin. They are usually more visible... READ MORE
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