Eye Plastics Plano | Dr. Kim Maale Oculoplastic Surgeon
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The Surgeon’s Hand.
The Artist’s Eye.

Dr. Kim Maale

Oculoplastic Surgeon

American Board Certified Ophthalmologist

Dr. Maale specializes in eyelid surgery and strives to create a natural, fresh appearance that preserves the patient’s unique identity. Please call our office to begin a highly personalized experience. We pride ourselves that every call is answered expertly and promptly with friendly professionalism.

The Advantage of

Choosing an Oculoplastic Surgeon:

An oculoplastic surgeon is a board-certified ophthalmologist who completes an oculoplastic fellowship. When contemplating either cosmetic or reconstructive eyelid surgery, you should consider choosing a qualified and experienced oculoplastic surgeon. Oculoplastic surgeons are specifically trained to handle all aspects of your eyelid surgery while maintaining eyelid function. Choosing an oculoplastic surgeon can give you peace of mind in knowing that your eyes will get the care that they need by someone who only performs surgeries on eyelids.



Baggy Lower Eyelids


As we age, the tissues around your eyes, including some of the muscles supporting your eyelids, weaken. Normal fat that helps support the eyes can then herniate and move into the lower eyelids, causing the lids to look puffy/baggy.

Droopy Upper Eyelids

Excess skin on the upper eyelids.  Excess skin creates a heavy looking eyelid or aged appearance.


(drooping eyelid)

A drooping eyelid is also called ptosis. Ptosis occurs when the border of the upper eyelid skin falls to a lower position than normal or can also be caused by dysfunction of the muscles that raise the eyelid. Ptosis can affect one or both eyes.


(outward turning lower eyelids)

When the eyelid loosens and turns out, resulting in exposure of the eyeball.


(inward turning eyelids)

When the upper or lower eyelid turns inward, causing the eyelashes or eyelid to rub against the eye.

Growths on the Eyelids

Eyelid growths can be inflammatory, benign, pre-malignant, or malignant.

Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells.  There are various forms of skin cancers.


(inflammation of eyelid)

A chalazion is a bump in the upper or lower eyelid caused by obstruction and inflammation of an oil gland of the eyelid.

Thyroid Eye Disease

An eye condition in which the eye muscles and fatty tissue behind the eye become inflamed. Thyroid eye disease can cause the eyeballs to be pushed forward and the eyelids to retract.

Botox Injections

Cosmetic and can also serve as a treatment for certain medical conditions.

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“If eyes were made for seeing, then beauty is its own excuse for being.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Our Team

We take your experience with us to heart. Dr. Maale has chosen each member of our staff for their caring, compassionate nature and attention to detail. We look forward to meeting you personally.


Dr. Kim K. Maale M.D.

Oculoplastic Surgeon


Practice Administrator/Patient Care Coordinator


Surgical Coordinator/ Patient Care Coordinator


Surgical Coordinator/ Patient Care Coordinator

out of town patients

Dr. Maale and her staff are accustomed to hosting out of town patients. Our office in Plano, Texas is conveniently located 22 miles northeast of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport or 17 miles north of Dallas Love Field.

Dr. Maale recommends that you arrive at least one full day ahead of your scheduled surgery, so that we can complete your pre-operative consult in an unhurried manner. Our goal is to make sure you feel right at home while you are with us. We look forward to serving you!

Please download our list of recommended hotels, restaurants and shopping outlets to assist in planning your visit.

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In order to save time on the day of your visit, please download and complete our patient information forms. We want to spend all our time that day visiting with you personally. Thank you!

Privacy Policy (HIPAA)

Please read this form and sign the appropriate area on page five of the patient history form. Bring it with you to your appointment.

Patient History (5 Pages)

These five pages may be printed out and then filled in. They cannot be emailed back to us. Please bring them in with you at the time of your appointment. Also, please bring a photo identification and your insurance card. You will need to verify that our office is contracted with your insurance at the time you make your appointment.

Eyelid Evaluation Questionaire

Please complete this form and return it to us at your appointment.

Growth/Lesion Questionaire

Please complete this form and return it to us at your appointment.

Tearing Questionaire

Please complete this form and return it to us at your appointment.

Out of Town Patients

Dr. Maale is a respected eye surgery specialist serving patients from around the world. Here are some recommended area hotels, restaurants and shopping outlets to make your visit with us more convenient, comfortable and enjoyable. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Please call us to learn more about the various insurance plans we accept.

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