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Charles Soparkar, MD, PhD, FACS

Houston Oculoplastic Surgeon
3730 Kirby, Suite 900
Houston, Texas 77098 US
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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

I've used him twice over a period of two decades. Congenial and brilliant doc!

Doctor Soparkar is the most excellent eye surgeon in Houston, TX. Eyes are his primary area of expertise, thus his procedures run smoothly with absolute accuracy and very little down time. Super doc

5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

53yo Upper Blepharoplasty and Ptosis Repair

1000% worth it! I went to Houston's Occulo-Plastic Surgeon Dr Charles Soparkar at the suggestion of my dermatologist. She told me to trust her, that I didn't need to research him, and that this procedure would change my life. I didn't even know it was a thing! I just knew I hadn't seen my eyelids in at least 10 years and my eyelashes looked stupid when I wore mascara lol! My derm was right!...

5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

Blepharoplasty - Houston, TX

Fantastic experience! My surgical results are better than I ever imagined. The staff was extremely helpful and Dr. Soparkar is a great doctor. He explained everything to me in great details. Having a Blepharoplasty was fairly easy. The after care was time consuming for the first 6 days. Although it took a lot of time, it help me heal faster.

5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

Upper Eyelids - SO Happy with the Results! - Houston, TX

This is something I've wanted to do since my mid 30s (I'm 47 now). I have quite a few family members on both sides who have droopy eyelids, and by my mid 30s I started seeing the same thing. By my 40s, I didn't look the same in pictures. My eyelids weighed down my eyes so much I couldn't wear makeup, my peripheral vision was being affected, and my lids would even sweat in the Houston heat. It...

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Ophthalmology


American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Medical: MD, University of Massachusetts
    Graduate: PhD, Molecular Biochemistry, University of Massachusetts

Treatments offered at Plastic Eye Surgery Associates

Blog Posts and Articles

The Importance of Cheek Position

In most people, the front of the eye lies either behind or in line with the most forward projection of the cheek (shown by the curved arrows). This situation is called a “positive vector” and indicates good support for the lower eyelid. If the forward most part of the cheek lies behind the eye, this is called a “negative vector” and has several implications. First, the lower eyelid may be poorly supported, causing it to droop, exposing white beneath the colored part of the eye (so...

Before and After Photos by Dr. Soparkar

Charles Soparkar, MD, PhD, FACS has shared 9 before and after pictures with 10 helpful votes from the RealSelf community.

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