Oculofacial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Our world-class reputation for eye-care is matched by an equally impressive reputation for plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face and delicate tissues around the eye. The Oculofacial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery service at Casey Eye Institute offers up-to-date diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the eyelids and orbit, including trauma, tumors, thyroid eye disease (Graves disease), as well as cosmetic and reconstructive facial surgery and treatment for disorders of the tear drainage system.
Doctors Roger Dailey, M.D., F.A.C.S., John Ng, M.D., F.A.C.S., and Eric Steele, M.D. specialize in plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face and in particular, have a special interest in the delicate and complicated tissue that surrounds the eye and orbit. After medical school, internship, and ophthalmology residency, they all successfully completed a fellowship in this specialized area of Plastic Surgery. Together, they have over 40 years of experience in dealing with congenital, aging, traumatic and post-surgical deformities, as well as reconstruction of defects caused by the removal of skin cancer. They work together and in a multi-specialty fashion to restore patients’ function, appearance, and quality of life.
At the Casey Eye Institute's Facial Aesthetic Surgery Center, we specialize in rejuvenating procedures for the skin and face. Our cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon, Roger A. Dailey, M.D., FACS employs the latest surgical techniques in procedures from Botox injections to face and neck lifts. To learn more about these procedures, click on the cosmetic link at left, or attend a free educational seminar hosted by our cosmetic surgery staff.
Our licensed aesthetician, Andrea Fontana, offers additional treatments, including facials, and chemical peels, to help keep your skin looking its best. She can also help you create a personalized skin care program for before and after surgery in our Facial Aesthetic Center.