Why Choose an Oculoplastic Surgeon



Why choose an oculoplastic surgeon for your eyelid surgery?

Oculoplastic surgeons receive full ophthalmology training first, then go on to receive two years of additional training in eyelid, eye socket, and lacrimal surgery.

Two year fellowships accredited by the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery are among the most coveted and competitive in the country, as only about 25 positions are available yearly.

Because they are trained to care for both eyelids and eyeballs, oculoplastic surgeons are uniquely capable of managing any complications of eyelid surgery. Indeed, when eyelid surgeries go wrong, patients will eventually be sent to an oculoplastic surgeon.

While several types of surgeons can perform cosmetic eyelid surgery, including general plastic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, general ophthalmologists, and even dermatologists, no one has the same expertise with eyelids as oculoplastic surgeons.

By choosing an oculoplastic surgeon for your eyelid surgery, you are choosing a true eyelid expert.

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