740 Hospital Drive Suite 320 Beaumont, TX 77701 Phone: 409.212.8121

Dr. O'Mara

Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon in Beaumonth Texas

Dr. O’Mara is a facial plastic surgeon in Beaumont Texas whose practice is dedicated solely to plastic surgery and rejuvenation of the face and neck. He has completed many years of highly specialized training focusing exclusively in this area, and he feels that with his experience he is able to provide his patients the most optimum and natural appearing results.

Dr. O’Mara is double board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and by the American Board of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. Click Here

Frequently Asked Questions

What can be done when too much fat was taken out above the eyes and below the eyes?

I almost always avoid removing fat from the upper and lower eyelid during blepharoplasty to prevent these complications. Excessive fat removal from above or below the eyes…

If a patient has a heart condition, is plastic surgery with general anesthesia safe?

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General anesthesia is safe in selected patients with heart conditions.  Prior to undergoing a general anesthetic procedure, they receive a thorough evaluation by myself, …

I am an Asian male and would like to know if there is a difference between how a Blepharoplasty is performed on an Asian vs. Caucasian?

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There is a distinct difference between the technique in which an Asian upper eyelid is performed compared to a non-Asian eyelid. Many Asians seeking blepharoplasty are unhap…

I am a 56 year old female and would like to have a forehead/brow lift and a Blepharoplasty done. I don't want to have that "scared" or surprised look after surgery. How do I know this won't happen?

First and foremost, knowledge and confidence in the surgeon that you choose is the most important step in achieving your desired goal. When combining upper eyelid surgery wi…

My son is 5 years old and has very large ears that also stick way out from his head. I feel he is a candidate for otoplasty. My husband and I always tell him he is perfect just the way he is. He will start school this fall and we are concerned about the social ridicule he will most likely receive. Should we approach this surgery with him now or wait until the children start making fun of him in school?

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If your son has outstanding ears but hasn't expressed to you self-consciousness about them, I see no reason to pursue an otoplasty at this time. However, if he is keenly a…

I am a 22 year old exercise fanatic. I want to have an Otoplasty procedure done. How soon can I start exercising after my surgery?

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You can start on light treadmill walking after 10-14 days, but wait approximately 3 weeks for full exercise. Ear pain will most likely be your limiting factor until then. …

I am a 27 year old black male. As a teenager I had horrible acne. Now as an adult where the worst of the acne was has very dark scar tissue. Will dermabrasion treatments fix this?

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I would consider conservative dermabrasion in very small areas of the face in very select cases in patients with no history of keloid formation. However, in my experience, I…

I run on a regular basis and would like to know how soon after my rhinoplasty surgery that I'll be able to get back to my usual routine? Will I have any issues with breathing while running? And what are the concerns if you start being too active too soon?

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After your rhinoplasty procedure, you will have swelling on the inside of your nose that will affect your breathing. In general, you should wait three to four weeks to resum…

I have a deviated septum and would like to get this fixed. I've also considered getting a nose job for many years. If I get the deviated septum fixed, would this be a good time to get the nose job done? Can both procedures be performed at the same time?

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A deviated nasal septum can certainly be performed at the same time as a rhinoplasty. Many patients of mine have breathing difficulties and an undesirable nasal appearance. I…

I've heard that the nose continues to grow as you get older. Is this true? I'm only 25 and getting a nose job next month and that seems like a lot of years for my nose and the results of my nose job to change.

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As a person ages, subtle changes occur to the nose. The nasal skin can become thicker especially at the tip of the nose. Also the nasal tip may droop due to relaxation of th…