Tag: Oculoplastics

How to treat a Stye

A stye is a common condition that can involve the upper and/or lower eyelid. Usually, the eyelid can become red and tender to the touch. Sometimes, a white spot is visible on the eyelid margin or closer to the skin. The eyelid may begin to droop from the swelling and it can interfere with the… Read More

Long Island Oculoplastic Surgeon | Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery


LONG ISLAND, NY — Oculoplastic surgery (also known as ophthalmic plastic surgery) is a specialized dynamic field of medicine that combines the microsurgery of Ophthalmology with the cosmetic principles of plastic surgery to offer patients the latest technology and most modern techniques for cosmetic eyelid surgery. The most common procedures performed by an oculoplastic surgeon… Read More

Nassau County Optometry Society Honors Dr. Samuel Baharestani


[GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK] – Long Island Oculoplastic Surgeon, Dr. Samuel Baharestani, MD, FACS, has been invited to lecture on “A Clinical Approach to the Tearing Patient” on Tuesday, October 10, 2017.  Nassau County Optometrists will be in attendance to learn more about medical and surgical techniques to take care of patients with watery eyes…. Read More

Blepharoplasty | Eyelid Specialist | Long Island Oculoplastic Surgeon

Blepharoplasty is a common plastic surgery procedure performed by an oculoplastic surgeon to remove excess skin and fat from the upper and/or lower eyelids. The procedure is also done to remove eyelid bags and improve the appearance of dark circles that can make someone like tired or older than they feel. An oculoplastic surgeon is… Read More

Eyelid Expert | Long Island Oculoplastic Surgeon

Also known as ophthalmic plastic surgery, oculoplastic surgery focuses on cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, tear ducts (lacrimal system), and eye socket (orbit). Oculoplastic surgeons also perform aesthetic surgery of the eyelids and brows, along with non-surgical rejuvenation of the face with Botox, Juvederm, Kybella, chemical peels, and skin care. Reconstructive surgery makes… Read More

Eyelid Surgery Recovery

Eyelid surgery can be one of the most gratifying and successful procedures a person will undergo in their lifetime. Blepharoplasty, eyelid bag removal, dark circle treatment, ptosis repair, and entropion/ectropion surgery are among the most common eyelid surgeries performed by an oculoplastic surgeon. Most eyelid surgeries take under one hour to perform. They are typically… Read More

Droopy Eyelid Surgery – Blepharoplasty or Ptosis Repair?

Droopy eyelids can be caused by a droopy brow (Brow ptosis), extra skin above the eyes (dermatochalasis), or a weak muscle (ptosis). An oculoplastic surgeon can fix each of these problems to restore the natural function and appearance of the eyes. Brow ptosis is an aging-related change of the tissues above the eyes that cause… Read More

How Long Do Lip Injections Last?

Lip filler injections have become very popular since the beginnning of the selfie culture. Kylie Jenner and many other celebrities have popularized products and techniques that produce fuller and thicker lips. Fillers like Juvederm, Restylane, Volbella, and Belotero are commonly used for lip enhancement. Juvederm is a filler made of hyaluronic acid – a natural… Read More

Long Island Oculoplastic Surgeon, Dr. Samuel Baharestani, Hosts Cosmetic Event on Long Island

Cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Samuel Baharestani, is hosting a Back to School Beauty Week event at the Smithtown, Garden City, and Southampton offices of North Shore Eye Care. Now that the kids are back in school, it is time to focus on getting back in shape and looking good. The event will take place on Wednesday,… Read More

Blepharoplasty for Droopy Eyelids

Blepharoplasty is an outpatient surgery to improve the appearance of the upper and/or lower eyelids. Excess skin, muscle, and fat can be removed from around the eyes to rejuvenate the midface. Blepharoplasty surgery usually takes less than one hour and is performed in an outpatient surgery center under intravenous sedation. It is normal to be… Read More

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