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Skin Cancer

Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery Procedures

Eyebrow lift

 Raising your brows with surgery can be done at the same time as an eyelid lift or on its own.  It is a long-lasting procedure that appears to open the eyes and alleviate heaviness above the eyes.  Dr. Braunstein takes a conservative approach to ensure the results do not appear over-done.

Heavy or low-positioned eyebrows occur with aging. Browplasty raises the brow and forehead using one of several techniques. The endoscopic method uses small incisions behind the hairline to elevate the brow. Other approaches employ a long incision behind or within the hairline (bicoronal or trichophytic brow lift), an incision in the temple hair (temporal lift), or an incision in the upper eyelid (internal browplasty or browpexy). The correct procedure for you is determined based on your goals and the structure of your hairline, eyebrows, and eyelids.

In your consultation, Dr. Braunstein reviews the eyebrow rejuvenation options and she gives expert recommendations to help you look younger and more refreshed without looking “done”.

Chalazion

 WHAT IS A STYE? WHAT IS A CHALAZION?

A stye is a swelling of the eyelid caused by a blockage of one of the many small oil glands of the lid. The gland can block off for many reasons, but is usually caused by something called blepharitis. After the blockage, the area around the gland become swollen, red, and inflamed. At this point, the swelling is called a stye. Rarely, after some time, the redness and inflammation will decrease, but a hard round lump will be left behind. This is caused by scarring around the gland and is called chalazion.

 

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE A STYE?

Often times, a stye will resolve on its own after a few days. Placing warm compresses to the area 3 to 4 times a day can be helpful. However, if this time does not get better on its own in a few days this is the time to make an appointment with Dr. Braunstein to start treatment.

 

HOW DO YOU TREAT A STYE? HOW DO YOU TREAT A CHALAZION?

In the beginning, when the stye is still inflamed and red, there are many treatments that Dr. Braunstein utilizes to speed the process of healing. Often times, a topical medicated ointment is all that’s needed to allow this time to heal and a few days to a few weeks. If this fails, and injection of anti-scarring and anti-inflammatory medication is used. Rarely, if the stye progresses to a hard chalazion and does not get better with other treatments, a small procedure is used to remove it completely.

 

If you struggle with blepharitis or have a stye, a consultation with Dr. Braunstein in her Morristown office is the first step to improving your eyes.

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ABOUT US

Dr. Braunstein is nothing short of AMAZING. Went to her for chalazion surgery. She performed it in the office - it was quick, painless and absolutely perfect! She has such a pleasant and calm demeanor and wonderful bedside manner. She is highly skilled as is evident by my wonderful results. Not a drop of bruising and no pain afterwards at ALL. Best doctor hands down!! Thank you Dr. Braunstein!

A.K.

Patient Testimonials

One word! AWESOME!!

J.G.

You’ve been a great doctor. Keep doing what you do to help so many people. I was overcome with thankfulness when I thought of how much the surgery you gave me changed my life. Thank you so much for the great care and surgery you performed on me.

D.H.

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95 Madison Avenue

Suite 305 Morristown, NJ 07960

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