If you find yourself in need of eye surgery, the amount of information you receive can be overwhelming. Maybe you are dealing with a drooping eyelid (Blepharoplasty, Ptosis), need a Brow lift, or Eyelid reconstruction? You may be in need of an Orbital fracture repair, Entropion repair, Ectropion repair, Do you have a Blocked tear duct (Dacryocystorhinostomy)? Do you want to know more about Botox treatments both cosmetic and functional or Injectables and Fillers (Juvederm, etc.)? Are you considering Oculoplastic, Orbital, and Cosmetic surgery?
Here are 3 fundamental questions to consider when selecting your eye surgeon:
Is your Surgeon qualified?
Having a qualified Surgeon can ease the anxiety that sometimes comes with an operation. Knowing you have the most skilled and qualified surgeon can assure your surgery will go well. You want to be sure you get the optimal care when undergoing a procedure. Dr. Takle Jr has performed over 10,000 cataract cases over 10 years of operating.
Dr. Takle Jr. is fellowship trained in oculoplastic, orbital, and cosmetic surgery and specializes in blepharoplasty, eyelid and facial skin cancer reconstruction after Mohs Micrographic Surgery as well as nasolacrimal duct surgery. He is an expert in no injection, no stitch cataract surgery and Glaucoma laser surgery.
Is your Surgeon board certified?
Being certified means, your surgeon took the extra time commitment and education to be an expert surgeon. Being certified is not only recognition, but it is also a stamp of approval from the highest ranks in Ophthalmology.
Dr. Takle Jr is a board-certified ophthalmologist with the American Board of Ophthalmology.
2015 – Present: Chief of Surgery, Spalding Regional Hospital
2015 – Present: District 6, Board of Director, Medical Association of Georgia
What are your surgeon’s specialty and experience?
Go with the best when getting surgery. You want to make sure the operation does not cause extenuating issues beyond your initial problem. It is safer to go with someone who specializes in the treatment needed rather than a surgeon with general knowledge. Choosing a specialist can avoid any long-term negative consequences that often occur when going with a generalist.
Dr. Takle Jr. specializes in comprehensive eye care, no injection, no stitch cataract surgery, glaucoma laser and micro-device surgery, treatment of macular degeneration, dry eyes and diabetic retinal disease.
Dr. Takle Jr. did his internship and ophthalmology residency training at the well known Emory Eye Center. He has extensive training in the latest technology including no injection, no stitch, cataract surgery and the most recent in oculoplastic techniques including reconstruction of eyelids after skin cancer removal, blepharoplasty, ptosis repair, brow lifts, and Botox and fillers.
It is essential to seek out a qualified professional when seeking these services to avoid any recurring issues and to get the best surgical experience available to you.