Reconstruction Surgery Details Beverly Hills
Dr. Steinsapir has extensive experience with eyelid, midface and orbital reconstruction including repair of prior unsatisfactory eyelid surgery, removing unsatisfactory facial implants, correction of eye changes associated with thyroid eye disease, orbital and tear duct surgery, and repair of the eyelid after skin cancer removal or trauma. He is on active staff at the UCLA Hospital and Medical Center at the David Geffen School of Medicine as an associate clinical professor of Ophthalmology in the Division of Orbital and Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery. UCLA is consistently rated the best hospital in the West and ranked third among all medical centers in the United States. Many surgeries are performed on an outpatient basis at the Surgery Center at the UCLA Medical Center. Larger procedures may also be performed on an inpatient basis at the Jules Stein Eye Institute. Dr. Steinsapir addresses a broad array of oculofacial reconstructive concerns. We recommend a personal consultation with Dr. Steinsapir to determine the best plan of treatment for your concerns. What follows is a brief consideration of the more common reconstructive issues that bring people to see Dr. Steinsapir.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Will Dr. Steinsapir accept my insurance?
- I don’t find Dr. Steinsapir listed as a provider for my health plan. Can I still use my health insurance for reconstructive surgery?
- I am a school teacher and I am thinking of having reconstructive surgery with Dr. Steinsapir during my winter break. How much notice do I need to give the office?
- I had a cancer removed from one of my eyelids and a reconstruction at the same time. I am very discouraged by my appearance but my current doctor does not seem to take my concerns seriously. I am grateful that the cancer was successfully removed but I am wondering if anything can be done for my appearance?