Beauty With No Boundaries
You already know Mann Eye Institute is all about wanting you to See Life Better. So why not look beautiful while seeing it? If you feel that your outward appearance doesn’t match your true vision and expectations for yourself, we can help.
In keeping with our commitment to provide the very best in comprehensive eye care, Mann Eye Institute is proud to offer a comprehensive selection of facial cosmetic services – just for you.
Hey, Bright Eyes!
As we age, our skin changes…and not always in a good way. Natural volume begins to diminish as wrinkles and folds form.
Mann Eye is pleased to offer several leading treatments that can fill in deep creases or scars, improve facial contours and give body and definition to the eye, cheek, lip and chin areas.
Not looking as young as you feel when you look in the mirror? We feel you.
Signs of aging often show first around the eyes with excess, drooping skin that makes you appear sad or angry or with eyes that look tired due to puffiness or bags. But you don’t have to live with it!
Advances in cosmetic surgery have allowed ophthalmic surgeons like Dr. Linda Pope to use minimally invasive techniques for rejuvenating the eye area. Saving you time and money, most procedures are performed on an outpatient basis using local anesthesia.
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid surgery) is a surgical procedure designed to improve the appearance of the upper eyelids, lower eyelids, or both. The goal of blepharoplasty is to diminish the amount of excess or sagging skin, muscle and fat.
If you are bothered by upper eyelids with drooping skin or by eyes that look tired due to puffiness or bags, blepharoplasty may be right for you. The procedure can be performed in the office or ASC, depending on specific medical criteria.
- Upper blepharoplasty can also improve visual function. In these cases, insurance often covers the cost of upper eyelid surgery; especially if it hinders your vision.
- Lower blepharoplasty addresses excess skin and puffiness and is a cosmetic procedure. For this reason, lower blephs are not covered by insurance.
Ptosis Repair treats eyelids that impede vision. To start, let’s define the term. A ptosis is a drooping of the upper eyelid due to paralysis or disease, or sometimes as a congenital condition.
Ptosis repair is a surgical procedure that involves changing the height of the eyelid, rather than removing tissue as in the case of blepharoplasty. It is a delicate procedure best performed by an experienced ophthalmologist with training in eye surgery.
Ready to discuss blepharoplasty or ptosis repair with Dr. Pope? Request your consultation here.
Permanent makeup (also called micropigmentation or cosmetic tattooing) gives you the option of waking up every day with your “face on.” You can swim, exercise, shower and wake up still looking put together and ready to go. Treatment areas offered at Mann Eye Institute include eyebrows and eyeliner (upper and/or lower lid).
Wake Up and Makeup!
You could benefit from micropigmentation if you:
- Have thinning or absent eyebrows and/or scars in the brow area
- Have trouble applying eyeliner evenly
- Have trouble seeing well enough to apply eyeliner when you remove your glasses
- Have watery or teary eyes
- Rub your eyelids and/or smear your eye makeup a lot of the time
- Want to save time on your “morning makeup routine”
- Wear contact lenses
- Have had LASIK
- Are allergic to ordinary cosmetics
Ready to find out more about permanent makeup from our resident expert, Dr. Linda Pope?
Call 800.MY.VISION to ask about our cosmetic services!
Meet Dr. Pope
Dr. Linda Pope is an ophthalmologist at Mann Eye Institute with more than 25 years of experience. She has fellowship training in plastic surgery of the eyes and is skilled in BOTOX® Cosmetic, permanent eyebrow and permanent eyeliner cosmetics as well as eyelid surgery and ptosis repair.