Philadelphia Oculoplastic Surgeon
319 2nd St Pike
Southampton, Pennsylvania 18966 US
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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

Upper and Lower Eyelid Surgery. Doylestown, PA

Excellent, trustworthy. I felt confident using this Dr.

5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

Made Me Love my Smile Again - Southampton, PA

I have been using Dr.Scott for Botox for about 5 years now. We had been discussing an eye lift for a couple years because genetically I knew I would need it. Given the fact that he has worked with my mom and two aunts, he saw that it was a "family" thing. So for my 45th birthday I decided to go for it. One attribute I did like about myself, was my eye color but when I smiled my eyes were lost....

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology


American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)

Consultation Fee

$50. free if you mention

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Goldstein has hospital affiliations at Wills Eye Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital; Abington Memorial Hospital, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Doylestown Hospital, Holy Redeemer Hospital.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    BS, Cornell University, 1992

    Medical School:
    MD, Boston University, 1996
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Ophthalmology, University of Pennsylvania, 2000

    Oculo-Facial Plastic Surgery, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia & University of Pennsylvania, 2002

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21 Year Old Seeking Advice For Sagging Face And Facial Depressions. (photo)

Rest assured, facial aging and facial asymmetry are two parts of growing up. It is inescapable even by Hollywood stars! It is normal and in no way... READ MORE

TCA 25% Peel With Uneven Frosting, How To Improve Results? (photo)

TCA peels work by denaturing proteins in the skin. The skin should optimally be prepared for the peel with a good skin care regimen for 6-12 weeks... READ MORE

After Lower Bleph. Is This Fat Repositioning or Swelling? (Photo)

8 days out from surgery is much too early to declare a problem with fat repositioning. This photograph appears mainly to be swelling. And the lower... READ MORE

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

Every surgeon has a slightly different approach to surgery and wound closure, which includes suture material and placement. Most surgeons remove... READ MORE

I Had Upper Eyelid Surgery 5 Weeks Ago and Still Have a Small Purplish Mark on my Cheek Bone, Will This Go Away?

Bruising and swelling from eyelid surgery is always at its worst for 2-3 days and mostly fades in 2-3 weeks. However, it takes at least 2-3 months to... READ MORE

Will 6 Sessions of 20% Glycolic Acid Peel Reduce my Severe Dark Circles and Will 30% Be Safe?

Dark circles under the eyes have several causes, including shadowing from puffiness above, pigment in the skin and vascularity below the skin surface.... READ MORE

Botox Cosmetic- How Does It Work on Wrinkles?

Botox toxin works by blocking the signal from motor nerves to the individual muscle fibers where the the injection was given. Since the Muscle fiber... READ MORE

Drooping Eyebrow After Botox

Botox works by weakening muscles. Since the main function of the forehead muscles is too raise the eyebrow, it is natural that weakening this muscle... READ MORE

Retinia Detachment and Cosmetic Surgery on Eyes- Am I a Candidate?

Eyelid surgery and retinal issues are separate problems that should not have an affect on each other. Especially once the retinal problem has been... READ MORE

Botox for Flickering Eyelid Has Caused Vision Problems- Options?

Botox was initially used for twitching disorders and cosmetic uses were incidentally discovered. That said, myokymia of the eyelid muscles is usually... READ MORE

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