Are you beginning to look a little like your parents with drooping eyelids? Do people ask you if you are tired or had a rough night when you are well rested? It might be time to consider doing something to bring your appearance back to where you would like it to be. We have just the answer for you in our newest doctor, Neda Esmaili. She is a fellowship trained oculoplastics surgeon. That means that she is an ophthalmologist, just like myself, who has then completed a 2 year fellowship in eye plastic surgery.
Dr. Esmaili is seeing patients in our Mequon office one day per week. The rest of the time she can be found at the Eye Institute where she recently joined the faculty. She offers a full range of possibilities for looking your best including non-surgical options such as botox and fillers. She also takes care of more serious problems such as tumors around the eyes or eyelids, thyroid related issues such as double vision or prominent eyes, eyelids that turn in or turn out, blocked tear ducts and more.
We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Esmaili to our practice. She and Dr. Deborah Costakos, our pediatric ophthalmologist, are providing a much needed presence on this side of town for those seeking specialized medical and surgical eye care. They round out our eye care offerings with myself and Dr. Mark German together providing small incision cataract surgery, blade-free LASIK, glaucoma treatment, macular degeneration management, dry eye options, contact lens fitting, general eye care and more.
For more eye care information, call 262-241-1919 or visit www.LakeShoreVision.com.