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What is Ptosis Surgery?

Posted On 12/31/2014 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

Ptosis is a common condition that we see in our practice.  Ptosis refers to a droopy or low-set upper eyelid. When someone has ptosis, they notice that their eyelids (one or both) are resulting in a tired-appearance. If the eyelid …

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Orbital Decompression Surgery

Posted On 05/14/2014 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

I was invited by the Keck School of Medicine of USC as a guest speaker for a “Saturday Series” Conference on Thyroid Eye Disease. I discussed the latest in Orbital Decompression Surgery. The talk was titled “Orbital Decompression Surgery: Balanced …

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Lecture on Eyelid Disorders

Posted On 03/25/2014 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

I was invited by the USC Department of Ophthalmology to give a series of lectures on the latest in “Classification and Management of Eyelid Disorders.” Topics included: eyelid malpositions such as ectropions (where the eyelid is everted away from the …

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Latest Advancements in Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery

Posted On 03/11/2014 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

I was invited as an expert in eyelid surgery to give a talk on the “Latest Advancements in Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery” at the Medico-Cultural Association of Los Angeles Physicians at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. It was great to discuss the latest …

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Clinical Instruction at USC

Posted On 11/01/2013 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

Dr. Zoumalan is a Clinical Instructor in Oculoplastic Surgery at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. In addition to providing surgical training to the residents, he also provides the latest advanced techniques to residents at our botox and filler …

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Restore Your Vision with Ptosis Surgery

Posted On 10/22/2013 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

If you suffer from ptosis you are most likely at least 40 or older. It progressively makes it difficult for people to see as they age. Severe cases involve eyelids that block a person’s vision, which makes it nearly impossible …

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What Causes Ptosis?

Posted On 10/22/2013 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

The two types of ptosis are acquired and congenital. Acquired ptosis is most common in aging adults and is related to the weakening of eyelid muscles. Congenital ptosis is present at birth due to the lack of development of eyelid …

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