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EYELID TRAUMA & RECONSTRUCTION

WHY CHOOSE DR. STOUT FOR RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY?

As one of the few fellowship-trained oculofacial plastic and cosmetic surgeons in the country, Dr. Stout has the skills and experience necessary to perform reconstructive surgery for various issues of the oculofacial region. He often performs reconstructive surgery to correct tumors, congenital problems, and trauma.

As an Oculofacial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Stout is sensitive to the way that scar tissue heals and is particularly knowledgeable about how to hide scars inside the eye. Many other physicians send their patients to Dr. Stout after a surgery so that he can delicately reconstruct the facial region to restore it to its original appearance.

I AM INTERESTED. HOW SHOULD I PROCEED?

Dr. Stout?s goal during the consultation is to provide the patient with information and teach them as much as possible. He begins by listening and will ask the patient what they would like to discuss and what their goals are. The patient?s input is very important. This allows Dr. Stout to work together with the patient through the decision-making process and establish a plan based upon their goals. He believes that knowledge is empowering as it enables his patients to make decisions with confidence and makes them a better partner in the entire process.

Dr. Stout is happy to have the patient bring a family member or friend to the consultation to ask questions and listen. He encourages patients to bring up any concerns that they may have. His consultations are designed to understand each patient?s situation, teach them and give them honest advice so they leave with useful knowledge with which to consider their options.

If you are considering this procedure, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Stout.

EYELID TRAUMA & RECONSTRUCTION

PROCEDURE:

Dr. Stout performed eyelid trauma reconstruction of left upper eyelid, left lower eyelid blepharoplasty, dark circles treatment (tear trough), and canthoplasty due to dog bite trauma