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Dr. Juris Bunkis

Dr. Bunkis MD, FACS of Orange County Plastic Surgery is a Harvard trained, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and has 30 yrs of surgical expertise. Call Orange County Plastic Surgery at 949-888-9700, email your questions to or visit our website for more information. Serving Irvine, Newport Beach, Mission Viejo, Laguna Beach, Rancho Santa Margarita and surrounding cities.

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Eye Floaters Natural Cure

Q: My upper lids droop over my eyelashes and I would like to have them fixed. I have seen two plastic surgeons, one who agreed that he could help me with my upper lids, another who told me I’d have to have a brow lift as well. My brows are fine with me and I do not understand why a brow lift would be necessary? Why would a surgeon recommend a procedure I did not ask for?

A: You really should go and have another talk with your plastic surgeons – if one recommended a brow lift, he should have explained why he did so. Rarely would we suggest a procedure about a body part not brought to our attention by a complaint originated by a patient. For example, we would never comment about very large or small breasts if a patient came in to discuss an abdominoplasty (i.e. “tummy tuck”).

Eye Floaters Natural Cure

Eye Floaters Natural CureAre you really bothered by little specks, like motes of dust, that seem to float across your vision? If so, then you are probably suffering from eye floaters, a common condition that drives many people to distraction. We will discuss the causes of eye floaters and discover the potential natural eye floaters treatment. Eye Floaters Natural Cure What cause floaters? Floaters are basically little blobs of protein that float through the hollow sphere which is filled with a thick, gel like fluid known as the vitreous humor.

They are formed in many different ways, for example, bits of protein that are left behind in the eye during the processes of embryonic development. However, most floaters are formed through the processes of aging. Floaters can also be caused by the detachment of the vitreous humor from the retina. SaveSave