Eyelid Surgery

cosmetic-surgeryEYELID SURGERY

The eyes are the first place people look when they greet you. Unfortunately, as we age, the sun, time, and our genetic patterns can cause us to look older than we actually are. These age-related changes can be most prominent around the eyes, giving us a tired and aged look. In some instances you may have noticed that your eyelids are drooping so severely that they actually hinder your vision or cause eyestrain or headaches. These are common problems that affect millions of men and women every day, and may make you feel less confident about who you are and the way you look.
At the Texas Vision & Laser Center we want you to see your best and believe many medical procedures can help you achieve that goal. Eyelid surgery can’t stop the effects of time on your body, but it can certainly make you feel better.

  • Droopy eyelids
  • Lids turning inward or outward or creating irritation
  • Excessive skin or fat in the upper or lower eyelids
  • Fine lines including frown lines and crows feet
  • Benign and malignant growths on the eyelids
  • Infection, inflammation and/or tumors around the eyes/eyelids

Updated as of: 3/26/2020    3:40pm

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Overview:  Our patient’s health and care remains our top priority.

In response to guidance from local, state and federal authorities, Texas Vision & Laser Center is adapting to the rapidly changing environment in numerous ways including modifying clinic hours, procedures and protocols.

In light of this unprecedented situation, where things are changing rapidly and often, we request that you help us keep patients and our staff safe by: 

Communicating directly with our staff (3 days before your appointment - by phone, text or chat), to ensure that we are open and so we can advise you of new check in protocols.  (Please ignore ‘automatic’ appointment reminders from our office until further notice.)

Calling or texting us if you need to reschedule, so we can have our office staffed appropriately.

Calling and rescheduling if: 

  • You have tested positive or presumptive positive for COVID-19.
  • Anyone you have been in contact with has COVID-19 or has tested presumptive positive for it.
  • You know you have been in contact with anyone who was in contact with someone who has or has tested presumptive positive for COVID-19.
  • You have been out of the state of Texas in the last 21 days.
  • You have been out of the country in the last 21 days.
  • If you have a cough, fever or any other COVID-19 symptom.

The health and safety of our patients and staff is our top priority and you can expect greatly enhanced protocols for reducing the spread of infection including increased disinfection of our office, equipment, furniture etc., limiting the number of people in our office, screening all who enter for fever and other COVID-like symptoms, ensuring social distance and more.

Texas Vision & Laser Center will continue to monitor the situation and do everything in our power to provide service to all our patients who need it, while following the recommendations and guidelines of authorities and medical best practices.

Texas Vision & Laser Center 

Call or Text:  972-548-2015

 

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