Oculoplastics & Cosmetic Procedures


A Family of Ophthalmic Practices

We offer an extensive ophthalmic surgical network of brands with offices throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New York, and New Jersey. Our centers provide innovative surgical solutions partnered with ophthalmology practices to deliver the best possible outcomes for our patients. OOMC is pleased to provide the highest level of expertise in the ophthalmic treatment space.


What are Oculoplastics?

Look great. Feel even better.

At Kremer Eye Center, we are committed to providing a wide range of ophthalmic treatments that not only help you see better, but also feel better about the way you look.

Our oculoplastic surgeons specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and surgical correction of many ophthalmic disorders as well as perform delicate eye-related procedures that enhance your vision and your appearance.

  • We listen before we recommend.

    We’re eager to understand your goals, and ready to find a solution that makes you feel and look your very best.

  • We believe in innovation.

    We’re committed to making the most up-to-date technology available to you when you visit Kremer Eye Center.


We have state of the art solutions that address your cosmetic needs or help manage medical conditions that are affecting your line of site. Our Oculoplastic Surgeons are experts who can recommend options for treating drooping eyelids, eyelid malposition, eye-related trauma and provide the latest in Botox.

  • Adult Droopy Eye Lid

    The most common cause of eyelid droop (ptosis) in adults is the separation of the levator muscle tendon from the eyelid. This that can occur due to aging, injury, or after other eye surgeries.

  • Entropion

    The lower eyelid turns inward and causes the skin and eyelashes to rub against the eye. The can result in redness, irritation, and decreased vision. We use surgery to restore the eyelid to its normal position and turn the eyelashes away from the eye.

  • Ectropion

    The lower eyelid sags and turns out, resulting in over-exposure of the eye. This can be due to aging, injury, eyelid growths, or facial paralysis. Surgical repair involves repositioning the eyelid by tightening the supporting lid.

  • Eyelid Tumors

    Growths on the eyelids and face may be benign or malignant. Malignant Growths are removed completely with surgery and Reconstruction of the eyelids is performed with plastic surgery.

  • Tear Duct Problems

    Symptoms include chronic tearing, crusting, and discharge. The type of surgical repair depends on the age of the patient and location of the obstruction.

  • Blepharoplasty

    Excessive skin on the upper eyelids, drooping eyebrows, and bags above and beneath your eyes can interfere with vision. Eyelid reconstruction can be performed to correct your vision or improve your appearance.

If you’d like to learn more about the different types oculoplastic treatment options, visit the oculoplastic treatment page on our parent website.

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