At Del Negro & Senft Eye Associates, functional and cosmetic eyelid surgery are performed by Marina Glatman, MD. Dr. Glatman will evaluate each case individually and customize correction accordingly.
A surgical evaluation for droopy eyelids with Dr. Glatman will include an eye exam; visual field testing to determine if a patient’s field of vision is being compromised by sagging lids; and pre-operative photographs. This will determine what surgical intervention is necessary to correct any diagnosed visual impairment or to improve and restore one’s youthful appearance due to sagging lids or excess skin.
Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure where extra skin and/or muscle and fat in the eyelids is removed in order to improve appearance and/or visual function. This procedure is used in cases where the upper eyelids sag and droop, resulting in eyelid heaviness, fatigue, eyestrain, and/or limitation of peripheral vision.
Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty, Marina Glatman, MD
Ptosis is a condition that occurs when one or both upper eyelids droop and the edge of the upper eyelid falls towards or over the pupil. Ptosis is usually caused by stretching or thinning of the muscle that raises the eyelid. This leads to symptoms of eyelid and forehead muscle fatigue, eyelid heaviness, and/or limitation of peripheral vision. Ptosis surgery corrects vision loss due to droopy eyelids by tightening the stretched eyelid muscle.
Blepharoplasty (Upper Eyelid) with Ptosis Repair, Marina Glatman, MD
“My droopy eyelids were affecting my vision, especially in the evening.” Regarding the care she received Susan states, “I suffer from anxiety and was terrified. Dr. Glatman and all the nurses at Seashore Surgical were amazing. They were kind, empathetic, and helped me at every step of the process, before, during, and after.” Following the procedure she explains, “My vision has improved noticeably.” And an added bonus, “I look 10 years younger.”
Ectropion is a condition where the lower lid turns away from the eye causing irritation by not holding the tears against the eye. Ectropion surgery involves tightening the muscles of the eyelid and its attachment to restore the eyelid to its more normal position.
Ectropion Repair, Marina Glatman, MD
Entropion is a condition where the lower lid turns in toward the eye causing irritation to the eye’s surface. Entropion surgery involves tightening the muscles of the eyelid and its attachment to restore the eyelid to its more normal position.
Entropion Repair, Marina Glatman, MD
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Dr. Glatman performs Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty, Ptosis Repair, Ectropion Repair, and Entropion Repair at Seashore Surgical Institute located in Brick, NJ.
Dr. Glatman received her undergraduate degree from Amherst College where she pursued a double major in Biology and French language. Before starting medical school, Dr. Glatman was involved in research on Alzheimer’s disease at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York. She obtained her medical degree from State University of New York Downstate College of Medicine and completed Ophthalmology residency at Rutgers New Jersey Medical Center. She was involved in ophthalmology research and has presented nationally.
Dr. Glatman is a board-certified eye physician and surgeon, who also provides comprehensive eye care. She has a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of retinal and macular disease, as well as oculoplastic surgery (surgery of the eyelids and structures surrounding the eye to enhance vision, improve discomfort, and improve appearance).
Languages - Russian, proficient in French