Three key attributes of a premier surgeon are knowledge, experience, and proven results. Dr. Albert Cytryn’s extensive Fellowship training paired with over two decades of clinical practice position him as one of the most knowledgeable and experienced oculoplastic surgeons in the Washington, DC area. It is with this expertise that he is able to achieve exceptional results for women and men seeking blepharoplasty, facelift surgery, laser skin resurfacing, and numerous other cosmetic and reconstructive facial procedures—which is evidenced in the before-and-after photos displayed in our expansive gallery.
Albert Cytryn, MD is a Fellowship-trained oculoplastic facial plastic surgeon recognized by peers and patients alike for his surgical proficiency, keen aesthetic eye, and charming bedside demeanor. Due to his skill and experience, he is an award-winning assistant clinical professor at Georgetown University Hospital, a frequent lecturer to medical students and colleagues throughout the region, and one of the leading instructors of facial plastic surgery fellows at the esteemed Krieger Eye Institute. Above all, Dr. Cytryn is committed to optimizing patient care and safety while delivering cosmetic and reconstructive results that meet—and potentially even exceed—all expectations.
Prior to each surgery, my consultations with Dr. Cytryn showed him to be sympathetic to all of my concerns. He is honest, confident, and reassuring. He is patient and takes as long as needed to discuss every aspect of your surgery with you. He has a kind, warm, and caring personality and his skill level is outstanding.
From brow and eyelid drooping to wrinkles, tissue laxity, and jowling, cosmetic eyelid and facial plastic surgery procedures available at our practice can resolve numerous signs of aging for a rejuvenated appearance that looks entirely natural.Learn More
Utilizing the latest techniques available, Dr. Cytryn can perform reconstructive facial surgery to repair severe eyelid ptosis, trauma-related injuries, ectropion and entropion, damaged eye sockets, tear duct blockages, and various other facial conditions.Learn More
This patient had weakened eyelid muscles, excessive eyelid skin pigmentation, and fat. Although her eyelid fat was aggressively sculpted, we would not have been able to achieve the cosmetic results we did without concomitant tightening of the eyelid muscles.
This patient had Graves’ disease with left brow weakness. The eyes were asymmetric and quite puffy in appearance. Her surgery necessitated a weakening of the right upper eyelid muscle with a tightening of the left upper eyelid. The eyelid fat was sculpted and the eyebrows were lifted endoscopically.