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Dr. Anna Ginter offers non-surgical and surgical treatment for many advanced ocular conditions.  Click the picture for more info.

Eye Surgery to restore normal look

Upper Eyelid hooding

DERMATOCHALASIS

1 Dermatochalasis Upper eyelid hooding
ptosis droopy eyelid

Droopy Eyelid

PTOSIS

Aging Wrinkles treatment with botox (botulinum toxin)  or filler

WRINKLES

Lower Eyelid "Bags"

DERMATOCHALASIS

Lower Eyelid Dermatochalasis eyelid bags
droopy brows Brow Ptosis

Droopy Brows

BROW PTOSIS

Aging Volume Loss New filler surgery

VOLUME LOSS

Lower Eyelid Ectropion eyelid laxity

Lower lid outward laxity

ECTROPION

Lower Eyelid Entropion inward laxity

Lower lid inward laxity

ENTROPION

Eyelid Tumor

Eyelid or Orbit

TUMOR

Watery Eyes epiphora

Watery Eyes/Tearing

EPIPHORA

eye Hematoma bleed
Prosthetic Eye fake eye

Eyelid and Orbital

TRAUMA

Fake Eye

PROSTHETIC EYE

Blepharospasm blepharoplasty eyelid twitching twitch
Bulging Eyes exophthalmos

Eye bulging

EXOPHTHALMOS

Eyelid Twitching

BLEPHAROSPASM

Dermatochalasis Upper eyelid hooding

Loose skin overhangs the eye, limiting vision or appearing cosmetically displeasing.  Surgical correction (blepharoplasty) trims the overhang to improve vision and/or achieve youthful aesthetics.

Upper Eyelid hooding

DERMATOCHALASIS

ptosis droopy eyelid

A low-hanging upper eyelid can limit vision or be cosmetically displeasing.  Surgical correction can restore height, improve vision, and/or achieve youthful aesthetics.

Droopy Eyelid

PTOSIS

Lower Eyelid Dermatochalasis lower eyelid bags

Lower eyelid skin and muscle relax abnormally, with fat prominence and a “baggy” appearance.  Surgical corrective techniques reduce or remove bags, and can achieve more youthful aesthetics.

Lower eyelid "bags"

DERMATOCHALASIS

Lower Eyelid Ectropion lower lid outward laxity

The eyelid is turned outward from the eye, causing exposure and irritation to the eye.  Surgical correction restores eyelid position and its protective eye function.

Lower lid outward laxity

ECTROPION

Lower Eyelid Entropion lower eyelid outward laxity

The eyelid turns inward, with lashes rubbing  against the eye, due to laxity and abnormal muscle.  Surgical correction is performed to remove this abnormal friction.

Lower lid inward laxity

ENTROPION

Brow Ptosis droopy eyebrow droopy brow

Lowering of the eyebrow can limit vision or be cosmetically displeasing.  Surgical correction lifts the brow to an improved position, and can help achieve youthful aesthetics.

Droopy brows

BROW PTOSIS

Aging Volume Loss New

Facial depressions or sunk-in appearance.  Injections with Hyaluronic Acid or other agents augment (fill in) regions, toward an aesthetically more pleasing appearance.

VOLUME LOSS

Aging Wrinkles New

Typically age-related lines.  Botulinum Toxin can soften or help prevent permanent (“static”) wrinkles for more youthful appearance.

WRINKLES

Eyelid Tumor eye tumor eye cancer orbit cancer

TUMORS of the Eyelid and Orbit: can be evaluated diagnostically (via imaging and/or biopsy).  Surgical treatment includes excision (partial or total), with  possible reconstruction.

Eyelid or Orbit

TUMOR

Watery Eyes tearing epiphora

Watery eyes (EPIPHORA) or tearing down the cheek is due to many reasons.  Treatment includes medical or surgical options such as Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR, or creation of an alternative passage for tear drainage).

Watery Eyes/Tearing

EPIPHORA 

Bulging Eyes exophthalmos

Eye bulging (EXOPHTHALMOS, PROPTOSIS): protrusion of eyeball from various conditions (e.g. thyroid eye disease, tumor, infection, inflammation).  Detailed evaluation can be followed with targeted treatment (e.g. infusion or decompressive surgery).

Eye bulging

EXOPHTHALMOS

Hematoma bleed

Eyelid and Orbital TRAUMA can cause aesthetic disfigurement and tear drainage impairment from lacerations, or double vision from muscle entrapment in an orbital fracture.  Surgical treatment reconstructs the eyelid, while maintaining or restoring function; some, but not all orbital fractures require treatment.

Eyelid and Orbital

TRAUMA

Prosthetic Eye (One Eye Shut) fake eye

Fake Eye (PROSTHETIC EYE in an ANOPHTHALMIC SOCKET) follows either removal of the entire eye (Enucleation), inside portion of eye (Evisceration), or contents of the orbit (Exenteration) for tumor, trauma, or other diagnosis.

Fake Eye

PROSTHETIC EYE

eyelid twitching Blepharospasm

Uncontrollable Eyelid Twitching (BLEPHAROSPASM) can impair activities of daily living.  Botulinum Toxin injections are a key treatment option.

Eyelid twitching

BLEPHAROSPASM

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