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M22 intense pulsed light treatment improves meibomian gland function, tear breakup time

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UltraShape Featured on Access Hollywood Today!

UltraShape Featured on Access Hollywood Today!

Dr. Barbarino discusses intense pulsed light system to treat meibomian gland disease

Dr. Sheila Barbarino Featured on California Life HD

Dr. Sheila Barbarino Featured in Clinical Ophthalmology: Prospective evaluation of intense pulsed light and meibomian gland expression efficacy on relieving signs and symptoms of dry eye disease due to meibomian gland dysfunction

Dr. Sheila Barbarino Featured in Southbay Holiday 2015

Dr. Sheila Barbarino Featured in Southbay – Spa + Beauty + Fitness Profile 2013

Dr. Sheila Barbarino Featured on Extra – Reverse the Aging Process!

Dr. Sheila Barbarino Featured in Southbay Health 2012

Reconstruction of Full-Thickness Lower Eyelid Defects

TCA Peel After Lift Improves Skin Texture

Interview with Regenerative Surgeon, Dr. Allan Wu

A Review of the Conference of the Clinical Translation of Stem Cells

Check out Dr. Barbarino in New Beauty Magazine – Tca Peel After Lift Improves Skin Texture

Advanced Ocular Care, Progressive Optometry publication – A Variety of Cosmetic Procedures Available

Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today – Oculoplastic surgeons offer a wide range of options

Intense Pulsed Light Therapy for MGD-Related Dry Eye Disease- Interim results of an ongoing study. By Sheila C. Barbarino, MD; and Steven J. Dell, MD

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Lumenis to Present Interim Safety and Efficacy Results of IPL with OPT for Treating Dry Eye at ASCRS

Reconstruction of Full-Thickness Lower Eyelid Defects

TCA Peel After Lift Improves Skin Texture

Brow Suspension Procedure

Isolated Neck-Lifting Procedure: Isolated Stork Lift.
Barbarino SC, Wu AY, Morrow DM.
Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2013 Jan 10. [Epub ahead of print]
PMID: 23307054 [PubMed – as supplied by publisher]
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The treatment of eyelid malposition following septal reset blepharoplasty.
Lissauer BJ, Barbarino S.
Aesthet Surg J. 2006 Jul-Aug;26(4):476-8. doi: 10.1016/j.asj.2006.06.008.
PMID: 19338936 [PubMed]
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The treatment of eyelid malposition following septal reset blepharoplasty.
Lissauer BJ, Barbarino S.
Aesthet Surg J. 2006 Jul-Aug;26(4):476-8. doi: 10.1016/j.asj.2006.06.008.
PMID: 19338936 [PubMed]
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Top 10 Doctor 2014 – Voted as California’s Top 10 Ophthalmologist Specialist

Top 10 Most Compassionate Doctor for 2013

Southern California Rising Stars Award in the August 2013 Super Docs addition of Los Angeles Magazine

Patient’s Choice Award 2010, 2011, 2012

Compassionate Doctor Recognition 2011, 2012

Dr. Barbarino is constantly making an effort to give back to her community, and to do this she is an active member of many charities. She is a board member of Rainbow Services, an organization that helps put an end to family violence and promotes family safety. This charity provides shelters and assistance for women and children that are affected by domestic violence. Dr. Barbarino is also a surgeon for Mending Kids International, which is an organization that provides life-changing corrective surgeries to children all over the world. This incredible charity gives children a chance to live longer and happier lives by receiving surgeries they would have not been able to receive otherwise. Dr. Barbarino is also a member of Sandpipers, which is an organization that holds fundraisers and many philanthropic events to serve the needs of people living in the South Bay. Some of these recent programs have included providing families with a “Back-To-School Shopping Spree,” in which needy children living in shelters, or suffering from domestic violence, are given new clothes, backpacks and school supplies.

 

dr-wu-philanthropyDr. Allan Wu served as co-director of the charity medical clinic for Remote Area Medical (RAM) in the Coachella Valley for 2013 in which thousands of indigent patients were seen during a free medical clinic.  Many of these patients did not have insurance and had not seen a doctor for several years.  Dr. Wu described the event as “highly challenging because of the volume, severity and complexity of disease.  It was a sincere honor and privilege to provide direct care and help organize the medical component of the RAM mission…  Pain and suffering is an apolitical issue that we can all relate to especially when it is your loved one.  I am just glad to have made a difference and humbled to have worked with such dedicated volunteers and clinicians .”