Dr. Kahana and the team at Kahana Oculoplastic Surgery specialize in facial rejuvenation procedures, with a focus on the eyelids, forehead and midface. Our team is committed to your care, with exceptional attention to detail. We offer both surgical and non-surgical treatments to achieve outstanding aesthetic results. An in-clinic evaluation is required to discuss treatment goals and customize an approach to each patient’s unique facial concerns and anatomy.


Dr. Kahana offers the following cosmetic surgeries:

  • Upper Eyelid Cosmetic Blepharoplasty
  • Asian Eyelid Surgery
  • Eyelid Crease Revision
  • Lower Eyelid Blepharoplasty
  • Forehead Lift – Endoscopic or External
  • Bitemporal Brow Lift
  • Face lift

Patient underwent bilateral upper and lower eyelid cosmetic blepharoplasty. Post op is at 6 months.


Bilateral lower eyelid cosmetic blepharoplasty with mid face lift. Post op at 3 weeks.


Cosmetic forehead lift with hairline incision and glabellar line filling. Post op at 1 year.


Bilateral upper eyelid functional blepharoplasty with fat debulking, internal brow lift, and cosmetic lower eyelid blepharoplasty. Post op at 2 months.


Bilateral upper eyelid cosmetic blepharoplasty with bitemporal trichophytic brow lift. Post op at 2 months.


Functional upper eyelid blepharoplasty with medial fat pad excision and orbicularis excision, with left functional direct brow lift and bilateral lower eyelid cosmetic blepharoplasty. Post op at 2 weeks.


This patient had cosmetic lower eyelid blepharoplasty followed by Erbium laser by other physicians, leading to bilateral lower eyelid cicatricial ectropion, eyelid retraction and lagophthalmos. She underwent bilateral midface lift to best correct all of her concerns with the optimal cosmetic outcome. Post op at 1.5 months.


Kahana Oculoplastic & Orbital Surgery also offers non-surgical procedures, including:

CO2 Laser Resurfacing

Before laser resurfacing, revealing damaged cheek skin with hyperpigmentation, and the 3 and 9 days post resurfacing. The damaged hyperpigmented skin looks fresh and rejuvenated. And that’s just 9 days after 1 treatment. Typically, 3 treatments spread over several months provide an optimal result. Skin resurfacing using a fractionated CO2 laser is truly the gold standard, and we are fortunate to be able to offer this treatment to our patients, alone or in conjunction with other procedures.


Chemodenervation agents such as Botox® are commonly used to treat dynamic wrinkles of the forehead and around the eyes. Dynamic wrinkles are wrinkles that form when you move your muscles, as opposed to static wrinkles, which are present all the time. Chemodenervation works for dynamic wrinkles, but not for static wrinkles, which benefit from surface treatment such as lasers and peels.

In Dr. Kahana’s opinion, successful, natural results from Botox® treatment require nuance. Chronically “freezing” the face is not only unnatural, depriving you of facial expressiveness, but will eventually lead to atrophy and thinning of the muscles, which can lead to premature aging. Before initiating treatment, Dr. Kahana will perform a complete evaluation of your forehead and periocular dynamic wrinkles to develop a customized plan for your needs.

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