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Aesthetic Eye and Surgical Arts provides reconstructive and corrective surgeries on the eyelids, orbits and face. Our Medical Oculofacial services include diagnosis and treatment conditions affecting the eyes, eyelids and eye socket. Aesthetic Eye & Surgical Arts oculofacial plastic surgeon, Paul Brannan MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist, and is sub-specialized and certified by the American Society of Ophthalmic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons.

As an oculofacial specialist, Dr. Brannan is highly-specialized in eyelid and plastic surgery, with comprehensive knowledge of facial anatomy and facial aesthetics. He carefully evaluates your eyes, eyelids, orbits, eyebrows, facial structures, skin quality, age and all other issues that can effect the cosmetic and functional outcome of any rejuvenation treatment or plastic surgery.

We value the partnership that evolves with our patients and the time they take to provide us with feedback, reviews and testimonials. Dr. Brannan is an amazing Doctor and Surgeon.
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read more › Lash Extensions can enhance your natural beauty and give your eyes that wow factor you've been looking for! Semi-Permanent Eyelash Extensions are individually attached to your natural lashes and customized to accentuate your facial features and your desired lash style. Microblading is a semi-permanent technique that deposits pigment into the top layer of the skin to give hair like strokes. Dermal fillers are a quick, comfortable and easy way to achieve immediate results when desiring a more youthful appearance and correcting volume loss.

read more › We are pleased to announce that we are resuming patient care here at Aesthetic Eye & Surgical Arts. Please give us a call at your convenience to get your next appointment scheduled. The safety and well-being of our patients and employees, as well as all of our neighbors and friends in the community we serve, is and has always been our top priority. This is why we want you to know what precautions we are taking to keep you and your loved ones safe as we reopen our office to all of our patients. Our office follows infection control guidelines made by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

read more › Lash Extensions can enhance your natural beauty and give your eyes that wow factor you've been looking for! Semi-Permanent Eyelash Extensions are individually attached to your natural lashes and customized to accentuate your facial features and your desired lash style. Lash Extensions can last up to 8 weeks with the adhesive that we use. However, the set of lashes will not be full still, due to the extensions shedding with your natural eyelash growth cycle. Fills are recommended every 2-3 weeks to keep your lashes always looking full.

read more › Microblading is form of tattoo artistry that is more superficial than traditional tattoos and much more detailed than permanent makeup. When you have tried every stencil, makeup, pigment and gel on the market and your brows are still sparse, microblading is your solution! The technique of microblading is performed by hand and is semi-permanent. The pigment is deposited into the top layer of the skin using fine, hair-like strokes, which produces natural, authentic looking eyebrows. No other option lasts as long, nor looks so good.

read more › Blepharoplasty is plastic eyelid surgery that removes excess upper and/or lower eyelid tissue giving you a natural, refreshed and revitalized look. Aesthetic Eye & Surgical Arts' oculofacial plastic surgeon, Paul Brannan, MD is fellowship trained in eyelid surgery so you will be in expert hands. Dr. Brannan's technique has been achieved with thousands of surgeries and positive outcomes. He strives for natural results and considers each patient's unique facial structure and cosmetic goals. Upper blepharoplasty is performed by making a discrete incision in the eyelid crease and extra eyelid skin is removed.

read more › BOTOX is a cosmetic treatment that is injected into facial muscles to soften lines and wrinkles. These are non-invasive, very satisfying techniques to give you a more youthful appearance. Dr. Brannan understands facial musculature and how to best treat the wrinkles to create a relaxed look. BOTOX benefits wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, upper nose, lips and eyebrows. These lines give the impression that we're fatigued or angry and simply make us look older. Once you experience the relaxation of wrinkles and refreshed look from Botox, you will want to maintain a regular treatment plan to help keep your rejuvenated look.

read more › Being Brilliant is as easy as Earning, Redeeming, and Savingon your favorite aesthetic treatments and products. Joining is Free. Earning is Easy. Brilliant Distinctions is the premier aesthetics rewards program that gives you exclusive access to savings on the Allergen portfolio of aesthetic products. Earn points on select treatments, product purchases from your participating provider, as well as referring your friends. For instance, are they licensed and trained in a field of aesthetic medicine, such as dermatology, cosmetic surgery, or oculoplastic surgery, to name a few.

read more › Dermal fillers are a quick, comfortable and easy way to achieve immediate results when desiring a more youthful appearance and correcting volume loss. Consult Dr. Brannan to find out which dermal filler will best suit your needs. Juvderm is used for correction of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and nasolabial folds (the facial lines that extend from your nose to the corners of your mouth). Juvderm is injected into the subsurface skin layer and improves your skin's appearance by smoothing out and lifting it, adding volume and elasticity.

read more › Unwanted lesions of the face and eyelids can easily be managed and removed. In your consultation, Dr. Brannan will determine the best method to remove unsightly benign lesions with the best cosmetic outcome based upon the size, location and type of lesion. Smaller lesions can be shaved, frozen or removed with electrocautery, none of which require surgical repair. Larger benign lesions requiring complete excision, may need repair and sutures. The goal is to leave minimal scarring with the best cosmetic outcome.

read more › Blepharoplasty, or an eyelid lift, is a rewarding and beneficial procedure to reduce excess, sagging skin around the eyes, which can improve your sight by increasing your peripheral vision. Excessive tearing, or watery eyes, may be due to obstruction of the tear ducts (lacrimal passages), excessive tear production or eyelid malpositions. A number of eyelid, orbital and lacrimal (tear duct) anomalies can affect children, usually starting at birth and becoming manifest within the first year of life.

read more › Blepharoplasty, or an eyelid lift, is a rewarding and beneficial procedure to reduce excess, sagging skin around the eyes, which can improve your sight by increasing your peripheral vision. Blepharoplasty also restores a more youthful appearance of the eyes and gives you a natural, refreshed look. Patients with excess upper eyelid skin (dermatochalasis) will often have symptoms of heavy eyelids, diminished peripheral vision or difficulty reading. This usually improves with manual elevation of the eyelid and eyebrow tissues.

read more › Eyelid malpositions are often caused by age-related changes of the eyelid tissues and can effect the upper and lower eyelids. Stretching of the tissue, gravity, eye and eyelid surgery, trauma, congenital conditions, contact lens wear and inflammatory conditions all can cause the eyelid to be out of its normal anatomic position. The eyelid serves to protect the eye surface but the eye can become damaged if the eyelid is out of position. A variety of conditions can result in eyelid malposition (entropion, ectropion, lid retraction), most of which are related to age.

read more › Hyperthyroidism is the most common disease that effects the eye socket. Signs and symptoms include: bulging of the eyes, redness and swelling of the eye and eyelids, double vision, eyelid retraction with inability to close the eyelids. Controlling the thyroid abnormality while protecting the eye surface are the primary goals until the thyroid is stable. Surgery to decompress the eye socket or reposition the eyelids may be necessary depending on the severity of the disease. As an oculofacial specialist, Dr. Brannan is a highly specialized plastic surgeon who has comprehensive knowledge of facial anatomy and facial aesthetics.

read more › The eyelid has unique anatomic features and the proper diagnosis can be difficult. In your consultation, Dr. Brannan will determine the most likely diagnosis and the best method to sample or remove the eyelid lesion. He always seeks the best cosmetic outcome based upon the size, location and type of lesion, while protecting the surface of the eye. Given the proximity to the eyeball, you will need the expert surgical care of Dr. Brannan. These procedures are often quick with minimal discomfort, and most can be performed in the office.

read more › Heavy eyebrows are sign of age, can make you look tired and when significant enough, can effect your peripheral vision. Elevation or lifting of the eyebrows makes you look younger, alleviates the heavy feeling of the eyelids and can improve your peripheral vision. Patients who are undergoing an eyelid lift, blepharoplasty, will frequently have a combined brow lifting procedure. This maximizes your functional and cosmetic outcome by lifting the eyelid skin upward. Invasive and non-invasive options exist.

read more › A number of eyelid, orbital and lacrimal (tear duct) anomalies can affect children, usually starting at birth and becoming manifest within the first year of life. These include congenital malpositions of the eyelids, orbital vascular malformations (hemangiomas) and blocked tear ducts. Dr. Brannan also has years of experience with pediatric lacerations and trauma. As an oculofacial specialist, Dr. Brannan is a highly specialized plastic surgeon who has comprehensive knowledge of facial anatomy and facial aesthetics.

read more › If you have had surgery or trauma resulting in scarring, Dr. Brannan may be able to help. Skin cancer surgery, plastic surgery and trauma can all result in scarring. This may result in a physical limitation or bodily impairment, and revision may be necessary to improve both function and cosmesis. If you have scarring of concern following surgery, medical and surgical treatment exist to improve the scar. A consultation with Dr. Brannan will help determine if you are a candidate for surgical revision or other methods of improvement.

read more › Once applied, bioCorneum's patented gel dries within minutes forming an invisible silicone sheet over the affected area. This protective barrier is breathable, flexible, and waterproof. UV protection ingredients may protect scars from discoloration and redness caused by sun exposure. The patented silicone formulation in bioCorneum has been shown to flatten, soften, and smooth scars, reduce discoloration, as well as relieve associated itch, pain and discomfort of scars. The UV protection ingredients in bioCorneum may protect the maturing scar from the darkening effects of sun exposure, a feature unique to bioCorneum as it is the only patented 100% silicone scar treatment of this kind.

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