Managing antithrombotic agents in patients scheduled for eyelid surgery Perioperative antithrombotic therapy in eyelid surgery lacks comprehensive guidelines and new studies to address these limitations are warranted, especially in the context of new oral anticoagulants. Tracking infection source after blepharoplasty March 01, 2017 By Vanessa Caceres Infections after blepharoplasty are uncommon with or without the use of an antibiotic ointment. However, if infections occur, be suspicious of community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), said Mark A. Alford, MD. Achieving the lower eyelid ideal December 13, 2016 By Lisette Hilton One surgeon shares nuances of a combination treatment to rejuvenate the lower lid-cheek junction. The FACE-Q Eye Module November 22, 2016 By Lisette Hilton It’s a new tool that gathers patient feedback to communicate your cosmetic eye surgery prowess. Kaolin and eyelid surgery August 23, 2016 By Lisette Hilton Is using kaolin-impregnated gauze post-bleph worth the extra time and cost? IPL reduces post-bleph bruise June 07, 2016 By Lisette Hilton A recent study shows IPL helps to expedite post-blepharoplasty ecchymoses. Minimally invasive eyelid rejuvenation October 30, 2015 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Grady Core provides 4 tips for a minimally invasive approach to lower eyelid rejuvenation at Global Aesthetics Conference 2015. Ptosis repair method challenges Hering's law October 13, 2015 By Bill Gillette According to this recent study, Hering’s law of equal innervation doesn’t always apply in eyelid surgery. Dr. Jacono's blepharoplasty algorithm July 13, 2015 By Lisette Hilton When it comes to surgery, Dr. Jacono uses a specific algorithm to decide which blepharoplasty approach is best for each aging eye patient. Picking up where blepharoplasty left off June 11, 2015 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Andrew Jacono believes there’s a disconnect when it comes to traditional lower eyelid surgery. This is his multimodality approach to rejuvenate the eyes.