It is with great enthusiasm and pleasure that we can announce the re-opening of the Landings Surgical Centre — our official opening date will be June 4, 2020

The past few months have forced all small business create a new way of managing their business and for physicians offices it is more of a re-invention.

New regulations created by governments to create a safe environment for patients and employers are the new normal as a result of Covid-19. Previously we have offered our patients a safe and highly professional environment and we will strive to do this and more as we go forward. Our focus on giving you the best plastic surgical care will remain our number one priority. In achieving this there will be a need to add some protocols to each and every visit to our offices. Please bear with us and be patient with our staff as there will be growing pains for everyone.

Our staff will commence contacting patients after May 27, 2020. This will be done in order of canceled date. We hope to resume surgical procedures near the end of the first week in June. We will resume our facial filler and Neuromodulator injection practice the first week in June. All patients must now follow the Nova Scotia Provincial Guidelines listed below.

NS Guidelines

If you are sick or have been sick you must be-book your appointment until 14 days after you feel better.
If you have been in contact with anyone with Covid-19 you must reschedule your appointment to 14 days after that contact.

Arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled appointment, please do not be late.
It is important to be on time as physical distancing does not allow for clients to wait in the reception area.
All registration and information forms MUST be filled out and forwarded to us before your appointment.
You may be asked to wait in your car to receive a text if too many people are in the reception area.
You are asked to wear face covering to the appointment. If you do not have one, a surgical mask we will provided to you for a small fee.
You may have your temperature taken by thermal imaging.
All clients will be asked to sanitize their hands upon entering and exiting the clinic
Please follow physical distancing and the markers on the floor that we have all become accustomed to.
We will frequently clean all high touch areas.

We are excited to welcome all of our regular clients and new clients into the Landings Surgical Centre.

Are You a Candidate for Upper Eyelid Surgery?

By The Landings Surgical Centre on February 23, 2016

A woman smiling outsideDrooping, sagging upper eyelids can make us look tired and older than we feel. Eyelid surgery can help reduce the appearance of droopy eyelids, making patients looked refreshed and vibrant. Eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, can be performed on the upper and lower eyelids. Many patients choose to undergo upper eyelid surgery because it creates a rejuvenated, bright-eyed appearance. Plastic surgeons Richard Bendor-Samuel and Louis Boileau are happy to discuss the desired results and needs of each patient to determine if they are suitable upper eyelid surgery candidates. Contact our Halifax, NS practice to find out if this treatment is right for you.

The Upper Eyelid Surgery Procedure

Upper eyelid surgery is used to remove excess skin and fatty tissue, which can make the eyelids look droopy. Upper eyelid surgery is performed by making a small incision within the natural creases of the upper eyelid. Incisions are placed within these creases to help hide scarring and produce natural looking results. Once the incisions are made, excess skin and fat is removed, and the skin is tightened for a rejuvenated appearance. Next, the incisions are sutured closed, completing the surgery.

After surgery, patients will require time to heal, as a full recovery will take several weeks. During the initial stages of recovery, patients can expect some swelling and redness around the incision sites. Some patients may experience eye dryness or the eyes may tear excessively and vision may be temporarily blurred. Patients should avoid strenuous activities during recovery. However, many patients are well enough to return to work about a week to ten days after surgery.

Candidates for Upper Eyelid Surgery

Although many men and women are excellent candidates for upper eyelid surgery, it is not suitable for all patients. Patients with certain eye conditions, like glaucoma or detached retinas, should not undergo upper eyelid surgery. Eyelid surgery is also generally not suitable for patients with chronic eye dryness. Patients with medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease are also not good candidates for upper eyelid surgery.

Candidates for upper eyelid surgery should be in good general health, free from certain eye conditions, and have healthy facial tissue and muscles. Candidates should also have realistic expectations and a healthy understanding of plastic surgery. Those who meet these criteria and identify with one or more of the following issues are generally suitable candidates for upper eyelid surgery:

  • Sagging eyelids
  • Drooping eyelids
  • Puffy or inflated looking eyelids
  • Eyesight obstructed by upper eyelids
  • Excessive skin or fatty tissue around the eyes

Is Upper Eyelid Surgery Right for You?

Upper eyelid surgery can reverse the signs of aging and rejuvenate the face. For more information about upper eyelid surgery, or to discuss which treatment options are right for you, we welcome you to schedule a consultation with our team at the Landings Surgical Centre.

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