Dr. Stan Saulny
Dr. Saulny's goal is to make sure his patients appear natural and rejuvenated after surgery. He believes it is well worth the extra effort it takes to do his best to avoid leaving the tell-tale signs of conventional facial plastic surgery.
"Eye plastic surgery", sometimes referred to as "oculoplastic surgery", is done not only for cosmetic reasons, but also for the treatment of age related changes to the eyelids (such as droopy eyelids), for rehabilitation after trauma (automobile accidents, facial burns), and for reconstruction after removal of facial tumors.
"I feel it is very important to have a thorough discussion with every patient about their goals and expectations prior to any surgical procedure," Dr. Saulny states. He continues, "This applies not only to our cosmetic patients, but to the reconstructive patients as well. In general, my philosophy is never to make a patient 'look' as though they've had plastic surgery. My goal is to make patients appear natural and rejuvenated after surgery. I believe it is well worth the extra effort it takes to do my best to avoid leaving the tell-tale signs of conventional facial plastic surgery."
Dr. Saulny's education includes medical training at Harvard Medical School, general ophthalmology residency at UCLA's Jules Stein Eye Institute, and plastic surgery fellowship at Oregon's Casey Eye Institute. His undergraduate degree was obtained from the United States Air Force Academy, where he studied engineering, followed by a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California. Prior to becoming a physician, Dr. Saulny served as an engineer and captain in the U.S. Air Force.
In addition to oculoplastic surgery, Dr. Saulny practices general ophthalmology.