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Natural appearing lip augmentation

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

Most of my patients that see me for lip augmentation really just wish for fuller lips that still appear natural. I avoid the over-filled apperance and respect the natural appearance of a “normal lip” where the upper lip is slightly …

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Achieving symmetry in blepharoplasty surgery

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

Facial asymmetry is seen in almost everyone, especially around the eyelids. For example, one brow may be slightly elevated more than the other side or one eyelid may have more “excess skin” than the other side. Aging is an evolving …

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Case presentation: Ptosis Surgery (Droopy Eyelid Surgery)

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

This patient was unhappy about her droopy left upper lid. She was a long-time contact lens user, which has been associated with ptosis in younger patients.  She was unhappy about not only her appearance but also was having difficulty seeing …

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Upper lid blepharoplasty

Posted On 10/21/2013 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

Upper lid blepharoplasty surgery is a very gratifying surgery for patients. Dr. Zoumalan is one of a handful of surgeons that exclusively specializes in upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty surgery. Blepharoplasty is an eyelid surgery which involves the removal of …

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Case presentation: Lower lid ectropion

Posted On 10/21/2013 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

Lower lid ectropions can result in a droopy lower lid, resulting in an outward positioned eyelid. This not only changes the appearance of the lid but also results in ocular irritation, red eyes, and often tearing.  The eyelids need to …

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Rare injury but lucky patient: Man’s eye saved after impalement

Posted On 10/21/2013 by Dr. Christopher Zoumalan

Although rare, these are cases that involve many doctors of various fields to help in the care of the patient that suffer severe orbital injury: from neurosurgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons to oculoplastic surgeons.   I saw similar cases, although …

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