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Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid lifts can either be done alone or together with eyebrow and forehead lifts.

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Reconstructive Eye Procedures

Medical treatment of diseases and abnormalities of the eyelids, midface and orbit.

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Board Certified Eye Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Robert Della Rocca Ophthalmic plastic surgeon (eye) and ophthalmologist.

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Eye Plastic Surgery Consultation

Greatly improve your chances of having natural looking Eyelids Call for Consultation.

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Dr. Robert Della Rocca, M.D.

Dr. Della Rocca specializes in Eye Plastic and Reconstructive Orbital Eye Surgery. His expertise includes cosmetic surgery for the eyelids, and reconstructive surgery and treatment of the eyes, midface and brows. He treats diseases and functional abnormalities of the eyelids, orbits and tear ducts in adults and children.

Dr. Robert Della Rocca is nationally and internationally respected by his peers and is an honored ophthalmic plastic surgeon (eye) and ophthalmologist. He is a highly esteemed surgeon, teacher and author.

His reputation as a "troubleshooter" in treatment of problems and complications of past cosmetic surgery is particularly noteworthy and is based upon years of experience and knowledge of healing factors, anatomy and function of the eyelids.


Dr. Della Rocca has been in private medical practice in New York area since 1974. He has served as chief of the Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery department and as Surgeon Director at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary since 1981. He also serves as Chief of Ophthalmology St. Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital Center NYC.

Knowledge, compassion and sensitivity are important characteristics of Dr. Della Rocca and his outstanding teaching skills are evident to patients and students.

He has written several comprehensive textbooks and many journal articles in the fields of surgery and oculoplastic and orbital diseases. He instructs surgeons in the United States, and travels extensively abroad to teach foreign ophthalmologists about this specialty.