Services

Facial Lesion Removal

Unwanted lesions of the face and eyelids can easily be managed and removed.

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Ultherapy

Aesthetic Eye & Surgical Arts, is proud to offer the acclaimed non-surgical lifting procedure, Ultherapy. Ultherapy is the only FDA-approved non-invasive treatment for lifting and tightening the skin.

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Dermal Fillers

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 and find out which dermal filler is best suited to your situation.

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Botox® / Xeomin®

BOTOX is a cosmetic treatment that is injected into facial muscles to soften lines and wrinkles.
These are non-invasive, very satisfying techniques to fill facial folds and soften wrinkles. Dr. Brannan understands how to best combine these cosmetic modalities to create a relaxed look.

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Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery

Blepharoplasty is plastic eyelid surgery that removes excess upper and/or lower eyelid tissue giving you a natural, refreshed and revitalized look.

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Blepharoplasty / Eyelid Lift

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.

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Scar Revision

If you have had surgery or trauma resulting in scarring, Dr. Brannan may be able to help.

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Tear Duct / Lacrimal Drainage Surgery

Excessive tearing, or watery eyes, may be due to obstruction of the tear ducts (lacrimal passages), excessive tear production or eyelid malpositions.

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Pediatric Oculoplastics

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.

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Brow Lifting

Brow ptosis is decent of the brow and brow fat pad and typically occurs with advancing age.

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Eyelid Lesion Removal

Numerous lesions can effect the eyelids, like cysts, styes and cancers.

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Orbit / Eye Socket Surgery

Facial trauma, tumors and other conditions can involve the eye socket, requiring surgery.

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Eyelid Malpositions

Irritation, watery eyes, and blocked vision can result when the eyelid is out of its normal anatomic position.

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Eyelid and Orbit Inflammation and Infections

Orbital and eyelid Inflammation result from a number of conditions that may manifest as eye pain, redness, and swelling.

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Blepharitis

Blepharitis is an inflammatory condition of the eyelid, resulting in redness and irritation of the eyelids, and is often confused with dry eye syndrome.

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Dry Eyes

Dry eyes can result from a number of factors that cause an inadequate amount of tears. Symptoms include burning, stinging, dryness and redness.

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Thyroid Eye Disease

Hyper- and hypothyroidism can have many eye and eyelid manifestations, usually resulting in red, irritated, and abnormal appearing eyes.

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Styes / Chalazia

Eyelid abscess, styes or chalazia, can result from a blocked oil gland or inflamed hair follicle, resulting in localized eyelid inflammation.

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Floppy Eyelid Syndrome

Excessive eyelid laxity can be caused by obstructive sleep apnea, sleeping position or chronic eye rubbing. This tissue laxity can cause a number of eye and eyelid problems.

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Facial Spasm

Facial spasm, or blepharospasm, manifests as uncontrollable closure of the eyelid muscles and twitching of the face.

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Watery Eyes / Tearing

Excessive tearing may be due to blockage within the tear drainage (lacrimal) system or excessive tear production.

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Mohs Surgery

Mohs Micrographic Surgery, also known as Mohs Skin Cancer Surgery, is an extremely effective way to remove basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers.

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Melanoma

Malignant melanoma is a rare but potentially lethal skin cancer. Dr. Brannan provides expert care of eyelid and facial melanomas.

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Basal and Squamous Cell Cancer

Basal and squamous cell cancers of the eyelid, face and body will effect 40-50% of Americans who live to age 65.

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“Our focus is on you, the patient! We will listen to your concerns, evaluate and diagnose your condition, provide you with valuable information and treatment options and ensure you receive quality care utilizing state-of-the art surgical and non-surgical procedures. At our office you will receive the type of attention and treatment you deserve and have been looking for.” – Paul Brannan, MD – Sarasota, FL