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?

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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…

I am just 44 years old, but I am starting to notice a sag in my cheek skin. I model for a major department store and I need to look my very best. Should I wait until I am a little older and have a full face lift, or should I have a mid face lift now?

Posted by William O'Mara

Sagging of the cheek fat pad can sometimes be one of the first signs of facial aging. Depending on the severity of your case and how your lower eyelid joins your cheek fat, y…

I am scheduled for an upper and lower bleph in 2 weeks. What type of precautions will I need to take after my surgery? Will I be able to wash my face / shower as I normally do?

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You should check with your surgeon concerning their particular postoperative instructions to ensure that you are doing exactly as they say. I usually ask patients to refrain…

I had a lower bleph 7 months ago. I am happy with the results (no more wrinkly bags under my eyes) except for the veins that are now visible under my right eye. I was never able to see these veins before the surgery. Is this a common result of lower bleph? How can I get rid of it?

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Sometimes, small subcutaneous veins can become visible beneath the skin after lower blepharoplasty. In my experience this occurs in a small subset of patients. These veins …

Would Botox take care of the really bad crows feet around my eyes?

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I often inject Botox into the crows feet area in both younger and older patients.  However, if you have a lot of excessive skin around your eyes in this area, you may be…

I’m 54 years old and I’ve had dark bags under my eyes for a long time now. Will a blepharoplasty help to completely remove the bags?

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Darkening of the skin under the eyes can be due to shadowing from overlying fat, or pigmentation of the skin from a variety of causes.  Often, addressing the fat during …

I’m having Mohs surgery for a spot beneath my eye. After my reconstruction will I still be a candidate for a blepharoplasty?

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I have performed blepharoplasty in patients undergoing Mohs reconstruction of the lid.  These are usually smaller defects that need reconstruction.  Larger defects …