Before & After Gallery

Real Results

The area around your eyes is a delicate, important part of your face. Improving physical impairments due to trauma or disease and addressing droopy eyes, puffy eyelids and sagging eyebrows with functional, reconstructive or cosmetic surgery will help you see and look your best. These examples show our patients’ eyes before and after their surgical procedures with Dr. Laryssa Dragan.

Please note, even with before and after images that are shown here, we are not claiming that results are guaranteed to be exactly the same from patient to patient. Surgical results will vary by individual. These images of actual patients are being shown for informational purposes only, and are provided with patient consent for use by the Cheyenne Eye Clinic & Surgery Center only.

Eyelid Lift Surgery (Upper Blepharoplasty)

Eyelid Lift Surgery in Cheyenne, WY

Droopy Eyelid Surgery (PTOSIS)

Droopy Eyelid PTOSIS Surgery in Cheyenne, WY

Droopy Eyelid Surgery in Cheyenne, WY

Repair Of Droopy Lower Eyelid

llower Eyelid repair in Cheyenne WY

Brow Lift Surgery

Brow Lift Surgery in Cheyenne, WY

Facial Reconstruction After Skin Cancer

Facial Reconstruction after Cancer in Cheyenne in WY
Facial Reconstruction in Cheyenne in WY
Laryssa Dragan

Dr. Laryssa Dragan, MD

Laryssa Dragan, MD is an Ivy League trained, Board Certified, and Fellowship trained oculofacial plastic surgeon. Dr. Dragan is the only Fellow, of the respected American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, who is welcoming new patients in Wyoming. “My approach to medicine and aesthetics is a collaborative one with my patients. Together we individualize a treatment plan based on a patient’s anatomy, lifestyle, and goals. I enjoy empowering my patients with education. This gives them the confidence to make an informed decision about how to best achieve their medical and aesthetic goals.”

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