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.
Our office is located at 5310 Clark Rd #106, Sarasota, FL 34233. You can find us on the corner of Clark Road and Honore Ave. We are open Monday – Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. You are welcome to stop in to schedule your appointment!
As an oculofacial specialist, Dr. Brannan is a highly specialized plastic surgeon who has 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 affect the cosmetic and functional outcome of any rejuvenation treatment or plastic surgery.
Reconstructive and corrective surgeries on the eyelids, orbits and face conditions can result from a congenital defect, photodamage, the aging process or trauma. Many of these procedures are referred to as “functional surgery” and are often covered by insurance.
Paul Brannan, MD a board-certified ophthalmologist, is sub-specialized and uniquely certified by the American Society of Ophthalmic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. He uses his distinctive skills to collaborate with his patients and deliver procedures that refresh their appearance and enhance their quality of life. He also has extensive experience and is adept at skin cancer surgery and Mohs reconstruction.