Reconstructive & Corrective

Facial Surgery Procedures

 

 

 

 

 

Facial reconstruction and corrective procedures restore both facial appearance and function. This type of surgery attempts to restore a healthy and functional face with normal facial features. These surgeries also attempt to restore the attractiveness and appearance of your face. Your face is a big part of your identity, and you deserve the confidence of a facial appearance free from trauma, scars and other problems. We can also help with a previous surgery where the results were not what you or your surgeon had expected, and we can help if you are having functional issues as a result.

To learn more about our greater Main Line Philadelphia facial reconstruction surgery, please call Morgenstern Center for Orbital and Facial Plastic Surgery at 610.687.8771.

Reconstructive & Corrective Facial Surgery Procedures

Eyelid Reconstruction

Eyelid damage following an injury, skin cancer, or previous surgerys

Facial and Orbital Fractures

Broken bones in your face or around your eyes

Thyroid Eye Disease & Surgery

An abnormal antibody attack on the thyroid gland can cause the eyes to become inflamed and swollen

Earlobe Repair

Years of wearing heavy earrings, trauma or injuries can impact the earlobe.

Tear Drain Surgery

Persistent issues with the appearance or function of the tear ducts.

Scar Revision

Reduction of facial scars from injury.

Droopy Eyelid Surgery

Drooping eyelids or ptosis causes the upper eyelid to obstruct the pupil.

Ectropion or Entropion Eyelid Correction

Eyelid turns out exposing the inside of the eyelid to open air

Basal Cell Skin Cancer Correction

Appear as scars or prominent red bumps on the face.

Orbital Tumors

Any tumor located in the eye socket.

Eye Removal

An effective way to alleviate the persistent pain that may be associated with a blind eye.

Blepharospasm / hemifacial spasm

While there is no cure for blepharospasm, our highly skilled reconstructive plastic surgeons can help you reduce the presence of blepharospasm symptoms with corrective eyelid surgery.

Choosing the Right Reconstructive Facial Surgeon

Dr. Morgenstern has extensive specialization in procedures of the head, face and neck. He is certified by both the American Board of Ophthalmology and by the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. These certifications demonstrate his skill, knowledge and expertise in the areas of oculoplastic and ophthalmic surgery.

Your facial reconstruction surgeon should not only posses training and experience in your procedure, he or she should also be committed to finding the most effective treatments for your goals and your specific circumstances. Dr. Morgenstern and Dr. Giacometti take individualized time with each patient to discuss your health history, your facial goals, and all of the treatment options available to you.

To learn more about our Wayne, PA reconstructive and corrective facial surgery procedures, please contact Morgenstern Center for Orbital and Facial Plastic Surgery to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced oculoplastic surgeons, who serve the areas of the Main Line, Philadelphia, King of Prussia and the neighboring tri states.