Houston Ophthalmologist
555 E Medical Center Blvd, Suite 101
Webster, Texas 77598 US
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5 out of 5 stars Eyelid Surgery

47 Y/o Female Upper Lid Blepharoplasty & Lower Lid CO2 Laser Touch Up - Webster, TX

I'm a returning patient of Dr. Clariday, now 72 hours post Upper Blepharoplasty with Lower Lid CO2 touch up. Yick, sharp stinging, weeping and greasy after care for laser, however, I'm happy so far with being able to see my eyelids again! Wonderful nice staff, conscious sedation, and so far so good. Ahhh, the swelling has improved, but oh that nasty laser touch up under my eyes is driving...

Belly Button Pain - Webster, TX

As soon as the large padel was placed on the stomach I had such intense pain to my naval. so much so I could not talk. I felt as thou my entire body was being lifted by a hook on my naval. I was instructed to breath deep but do not hypervinalate. I was with a friend that just had the same procedure and she said the pain would only last ten minutes and would get better. My pain in my naval...

5 out of 5 stars Laser Resurfacing

Co2 Laser Upper & Lower Eyelid Resurfacing - Webster, TX

Very very good. I did this because at age 45 my eyes were looking heavy and tired all the time. Botox and fillers only last approx one year. I researched all pros and cons before procedures. I do not have to explain that the pros are excellent tightening and renewed skin. The cons could be hyperpigmentation (permanent or hard to correct darkening of skin especially in med to dark skinned pts)...

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology

Education

  • Post-Medical School Training

    Internship: Baylor College of Medicine
    Residency: Ophthalmology, UTMB in Galveston

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