Tennessee Oculoplastics provides expertise in a range of reconstructive eyelid surgical procedures and aesthetic improvement. Drs. Wesley, Klippenstein, and Meador are board certified Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons who received their fellowship training in Ophthalmic Plastic and Orbital Surgery. They specialize in the treatment of both adults and pediatrics with disorders pertaining to the eyelid, nasal lacrimal (tear) ducts, and orbits of the eye.
Dermatochalasis - Excess skin on the eyelids
Ptosis - Droopy eyelid tendon
Ectropion - Eyelids that turn out
Entropion - Eyelids that turn in
Thyroid Eye/Graves Disease
Proptosis - Eyelids that bulge forward
Orbital Tumors - Benign or malignant
Orbital Fractures - Broken bones around the eye
Eyelid lacerations - Injuries to the eyelid
Trichiasis - Misdirected upper and lower eyelashes
Eyelid Lesions - Benign/malignant:
excision and reconstruction
Tear ducts - Blocked tear ducts,
excessive tearing, dry eyes
Removal of excess skin and tissue to upper and lower eye lids, for a more refreshed appearance.
Relaxes the muscles that cause wrinkles to the forehead, crows feet, and between the brows.
Tightens and smooths fine lines and wrinkles for a more youthful appearance.
Restores volume and fullness to the skin; helps diminish deep wrinkles and folds.