Dr. Craig Lewis, M.D. (1)

The features of an attractive and youthful face include smooth skin, even complexion, absence of deep creases, and bright eyes. Conversely, an aging face shows features of dull complexion, deep creases, gaunt appearance due to volume loss, and tired looking eyes. Fortunately, there are safe, effective, non-surgical and surgical methods to restore a more youthful appearance.

The upper facial region consists of the forehead, eyebrows, upper eyelids, and lower eyelids. The positions of these structures are evaluated during consultation for the appropriate recommendation. The oculoplastic surgeon's expertise and knowledge of the complex anatomy is vital to achieving a desirable outcome. Visual function and health of the eye are taken into consideration when evaluating the potential for visual and aesthetic improvement.

Popular injectable that temporarily reduces or eliminates facial fine lines and wrinkles.

Eyelid surgery to improve vision and appearance on upper eyelids, lower lids or both.

Improving sagging brows for improved vision while minimizing appearance of lines and creases.

Treatment options available for disorders and lid lesions

Dermal fillers to sculpt and contour your face to diminish the appearance of aging.

Nonsurgical technique to reduce excess fat beneath the chin to improve your profile.

Reverse the effects of sun damage and aging to restore a healthy glow to your skin.

Reduce fullness, wrinkles, and dark circles in the lower eyelid to result in a more rested and youthful appearance.

For drooping of the upper eyelid and cause loss of peripheral vision.