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Excessive Tearing: Possible Causes and Treatment Options

Tears are more than just a way we show emotion – they’re an essential process in the body. On a daily basis, tears help lubricate the eyes and prevent them from drying out. But if you’re experiencing excessive tearing, also known as epiphora, your eyes may feel itchy, cloudy, and red. Here are some possible causes… Read More »

Forever Young BBL™

Rejuvenate Your Skin with a Forever Young BBL™

If you’re concerned about your skin, perhaps due to age spots or freckles, innovative technology like the Forever Young BBL™ Sciton laser treatment can give you a fresh, youthful look. Invasive procedures can provide beautiful results, but they’re not for everyone. If you’re interested in addressing age spots, freckles, and fine lines, Forever Young BBL may be… Read More »


How To Prepare for Your Blepharoplasty Procedure

If you want to address fine lines, sagging, excess skin, or puffy areas around the upper or lower eyelids, a blepharoplasty may be the solution. Blepharoplasty, also known as eyelid surgery, is a cosmetic procedure to reverse the effects of aging around the eyes. The surgery involves removing and reshaping excess skin, muscle, and fat around the… Read More »

Eyelid skin cancer

Here’s How to Identify Eyelid Skin Cancer

More often than not, skin cancer on the eyelid is most often caused by excessive UV exposure. Due to the skin around the eyes being thin and delicate, this makes them more susceptible to sun overexposure. There are a few different types and various ways it may present itself. Thankfully, eyelid skin cancer is very… Read More »


5 Tips for Caring for the Skin Around Your Eyes

The thin skin around your eyes is the most delicate and requires special attention and care to prevent dark circles, fine lines, and puffiness. It is also one of the first areas of the face to show signs of aging. There are many causes, such as genetics, sun exposure, their role in expressing emotion, and… Read More »


A Closer Look at Ectropion Treatment Options

Ectropion is when the eyelid begins to sag and turn outward. It usually appears on the bottom eyelid and is pink or red in color. This can lead to other symptoms, such as dry eye, soreness, and irritation, and it can also cause low self-esteem. Explore some of the ectropion treatment options offered by Dr. Daniel Tresley.… Read More »

What Is Grave’s Disease?

Grave’s Disease is a disease that affects the immune system where the immune system is disrupted and overproduces thyroid hormones which is called hyperthyroidism. Many disorders can be caused by hyperthyroidism; however, Grave’s disease is typical. Though it can affect anyone, it is more common in people 40 years or younger. What Are Some Common… Read More »

3 Reasons Your Eyes Won’t Stop Watering

It has been months since you’ve thought about your childhood dog, seen a sad movie, or even stubbed your toe! So then why are your eyes watering so much! From being an annoying occurrence to a potentially deadly one as impaired vision, particularly when operating heavy machinery such as your car, can be unsafe, eyes that excessively… Read More »

Understanding the Different Types of Sciton® Lasers

Sciton® is one of the leaders in laser skin rejuvenation. Laser skin rejuvenation takes different forms, and each type of laser has its own application. Sciton provides a wide range of lasers to achieve different results. Let’s explore the different types of Sciton lasers so you know which is right for your needs. Types of Sciton… Read More »

BOTOX® vs. Dysport, What’s the Difference?

The world of cosmetics has a wide range of products and treatments to get you looking your best. However, the large amount of variety can be overwhelming at times. This is especially true for neuromodulator treatments like BOTOX® and Dysport. BOTOX and Dysport are both cosmetic injections, but they are distinctly different products. Let’s explore the… Read More »

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