Philadelphia Oculoplastic Surgeon
4501 State Road, Drexel Hill
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 19026 US
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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

62 Yo with Drooping Eyelids. Drexel Hill, PA

Dr. Bedrossian was very caring and professional in his approach. Made the process as easy as possible and I felt no pain afterward. the results are what I wanted and I am pleased.

5 out of 5 stars Facelift

Dr. Edward Bedrossian great plastic surgeon!!!! loved his work

I love my results! Dr. Bedrossian did a blepharoplasti on me and the results look amazing. i followed his instructions and healing went by quickly and painless. AMAZING DOCTOR! so well educated and knows what he is doing. anybody who writes a bad review must have no followed his instructions because I am extremely happy with my results

1 out of 5 stars Juvederm

Do NOT let anyone convince you to use JUVEDERM in your tear troughs! :-(

Horrible. I'm appalled at how clueless he was. Such a waste of money and I look like a freak. I wanted Restalyne in my tear troughs after researching the procedure online....but he claimed Restalyne and Juvederm are the "same thing" and wound up injecting me with Juvederm Ultra XC in my tear troughs and I now look like a freak! 100's of doctors online say not to use Juvederm, only Restalyne in tear troughs, yet he didn't seem to know this. He claimed I wouldn't have any swelling or bruising and I looked like someone beat the sh*t out of me for a good two weeks. I'm still swollen/puffy and lopsided after two weeks and he claims it looks so great! Yeah right! I LOOK WAY WORSE, I STILL HAVE TEAR TROUGH DEFORMITY....DEEP CREASES/BAGS BUT NOW I HAVE TUBULAR BLOBS OF FAT/SWELLING RIGHT UNDERNEATH THE CREASES. It looks horrible when I put on concealer and foundation. It looks nothing like the before/after pics I see on this site and online. And one of my eyes has a dark, swollen ring around it. And a bigger bag than before....Wtf?!! For two syringes of product I excepted better. For a qualified Oculofacial Plastic Surgeon I expected better. For a $1000 I EXPECTED SOME SORT OF IMPROVEMENT. I LOOK SICKLY AND STRANGE. He just seemed very clueless about the procedure and product, very disorganized and NOT qualified for fillers. I'm so depressed, what a ripoff. I would take my bags over this crap any day. I should have just gone to a spa or dermatologist for 1/2 the price!!!!! Seemed very clueless about fillers and the procedure in general. He was giving me a lot of contradictory info that I had already prepared myself with from this website & other research online. Seemed very disorganized and flippant about important issues. Way too overpriced for what he provided. The office and whole vibe there was very unprofessional.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology


American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, Temple University School of Medicine
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Fellowship: Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Hospital, New York City

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Is there any correction surgical or otherwise for aniscoria?

I am sorry to learn about the rock injury to your eye. Without seeing a photo , I assume that the injured eye has the larger pupil which does not... READ MORE

Do I need skin graft to solve the ectropion after eye bag removal? (Photo)

Thank-you for your question. As long as your cornea remains healthy and you do not develop a left dry eye, I would advise continuing the massage... READ MORE

Candidate for upper bleph? Can surgery be done conservatively? I just want to look just like a well-rested. (photo)

It appears from the photo that your left brow is slightly lower then the right. A 3 month temporary " chemical brow lift " with Botox would help... READ MORE

Botox bruises. How long will it last? (Photo)

Unfortunately bruising can occur after Botox injections. They may last anywhere from 4 days to two weeks depending on if you are on vitamin E,... READ MORE

Cheek filler or Resylane, Juvederm to help eye bags ?? (photos)

Thanks for sending the photos .The multiple views are helpful. It appears that the fat in your lower lids are prominent ,causing "bags" with a hollow... READ MORE

Why do my eyelids have so many creases & how can I fix them? (Photos)

Thank-you for your concern and for asking the question. Multiple ceases are fairly common and likely a family trait. Unfortunately,traditional surgery... READ MORE

How much would it cost to repair a drooped eyelid?

Thanks for your question. The surgical repair may be covered by insurance, if the droop is severe enough to block your field of vision. If the droop... READ MORE

Is it better not to wear any makeup to a first consultation for an upper and lower Blepharoplasty?

Thank you for asking this question! Most do wear make-up to the office for the initial consultation . We do however request that make-up be removed... READ MORE

One eye with drooping/overhanging eyelid? (photo)

Thank you for your question and photo. Yes, it is possible for surgery to be performed on only one eyelid to create symmetry, but what you are ... READ MORE

I just had a cataract surgery. Does Botox in the glabella affect safty of my eyes?

Botox after cataract surgery should be safe if done by person injecting the Botox . Care needs to be taken not to press on the eye. Discuss with your... READ MORE

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