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Oculoplastic surgery is plastic surgery isolated to the areas around the eyes: the eyelids, orbit (bones behind the eye) and lacrimal (tear drain) system. An oculoplastic surgeon is an ophthalmologist who performs cosmetic and reconstructive procedures on the eyelids, orbit (bones and anatomic structures behind the eyeball) and lacrimal (tear drain) system. The field of oculoplastic surgery combines the precision and microsurgery of ophthalmology with the aesthetic and reconstructive concepts of plastic surgery. Oculoplastic surgery is a small, highly selective subspeciality of ophthalmology.

Orbit &

Oculoplastic Surgery 

The oculoplastic service specializes in the comprehensive evaluation of cosmetic concerns around the eyes and offers numerous non-invasive, minimally invasive and surgical treatments for periocular rejuvenation. As with all patients, the utmost care is taken to provide a professional and confidential evaluation with an individual treatment plan geared towards achievement of a natural aesthetic result.

Oculoplasty, also known as ophthalmic plastic surgery, is surgery with relation to the eye and its surrounding structures. Oculoplasty surgery may be performed to improve function, comfort and appearance for the following conditions:

  • Tear Drainage Problems

  • Eyelid Malposition

  • Skin Cancers of the Eyelid

  • Problems of the Orbit (eye socket)

  • Eyebrow Problems

Services :

The oculoplasty treatment at the Emerald Eye hospital starts with an examination of the current condition of the patients including their symptoms and problems which are the cause of hindrances, either in their vision or their appearance. Once the examination is done, the patients are suggested with the appropriate options of oculoplasty, and they are free to choose any of them. With state-of-the-art facilities, latest machines and up-to-date technology available with the oculoplastic surgeons at Emerald Eye hospital, the surgery becomes a cakewalk for the patients. In some cases, the patients need to contact a neurosurgeon for an examination, which is communicated during the initial analysis of the patient’s condition.

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