"I have been considering cosmetic eye surgery to kick off the new year.
What should I consider?”
by Dr. John W. Collins, Lexington Clinic Ophthalmologist
Any time a patient has a procedure, no matter how minor, there are certain risks associated with it - cosmetic eye surgery is no different. For this reason, it is important, when considering ophthalmic plastic surgery, to find a physician who not only has adequate credentials, but also has the expertise and precision of a trained eye surgeon.
I am fortunate to have completed fellowship training in ophthalmic plastic surgery while serving as an instructor of ophthalmology, giving me advanced skills and knowledge to perform cosmetic eye procedures. I perform each procedure and injection personally, giving patients the assurance that they are receiving the highest quality care when it comes to their cosmetic eye and facial procedures.
I am pleased to offer a wide range of in-office cosmetic procedures, including:
• Cosmetic eyelid surgery
• Brow lift
• Eyelid tucks
• Cosmetic laser surgery
• Cosmetic and facial injections (including Botox®, Xeomin® and Juvèderm®)
If considering cosmetic eye surgery to start your new year, call (859) 258-5310 to schedule a consultation today to discuss your options and determine which options are best for you.
John W. Collins, MD, is a board-certified ophthalmologist with Lexington Clinic and has also served as an instructor of ophthalmology at Vanderbilt University Medical School while completing fellowship training in ophthalmic plastic surgery. He provides services in routine eye exams, dry eye treatment, visual field testing, tearing problems, thyroid eye problems, orbital evaluations, and ophthalmic plastic surgical procedures. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Collins, or for more information, please call (859) 258-5310.
Lexington Clinic is Central Kentucky's largest and oldest medical group. We have more than 200 providers in more than 30 specialties taking care of 600,000+ patients in the Lexington community since 1920.