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  • Oculoplasty
    Oculoplasty

What is Oculoplasty?

Your eyes are your most noticeable feature. They are the first place people look to understand you and to gauge your feelings. Even minor changes to the areas surrounding your eyes, including the effects of aging, can impact the expression you wish to project.

Changes around your eyes (an eyelid that over the years has grown heavy, for example) can also alter the functionality of the eye and can potentially compromise your vision.

Oculoplastic procedures

Oculoplastic procedures

Procedures performed such as the repair of droopy eyelids (blepharoplasty), repair of tear duct obstructions, orbital fracture repairs, removal of tumors in and around the eyes, eyelid reconstruction. It can also involve reconstruction of the eye itself.
  • Cosmetic Procedures Bring Dramatic Results, Improved Eye Health and Personal Well-Being.
    • With our expertly trained surgeons, structural repair and improvement to the area surrounding your eyes can bring dramatic and worthwhile results and can greatly enhance your peace of mind and well being.
  • Eyelid Surgery
    • Ptosis
    • Blepharoplasty
    • Ectropion
    • Entropion
    • Tarsorrhaphy
      • Canthal resection
      • A canthectomy
      • Cantholysis
      • Canthopexy
      • A canthoplasty
      • A canthorrhaphy
  • Lacrimal Apparatus
    • DCR (Dacryocystorhinostomy)
    • DCT (Dacryocystectomy)
    • Canaliculodacryocystostomy
    • Canaliculotomy
  • Eye removal
    • Enucleation
    • Evisceration
  • Orbital Reconstruction
    • Ocular prosthetics and Prosthesis
    • Orbital decompression for Graves' disease
  • Other
    • Botox injections
FAQs

FAQs

  • Sagging or Droopy eyelids or eyebrows
  • Excess skin or fat on eyelid (upper or lower)
  • Eyelids turning in or out
  • Excessive watering due to tear duct or tear sac problems
  • Growths or tumours (cancer of the eye)
  • Excessive blinking or uncontrollable eye closure
  • Twitches
  • Excessive wrinkles/skin folds around the eye
  • Thyroid imbalance
  • Paralysis affecting the face
  • Anophthalmia: Loss of eye due to injury or infection wherein artificial eye fitting is needed, to improve the appearance
An incision on the eyelid skin may result in a scar. However, fine incision lines can usually be hidden in the lid crease for the upper lid, and under the lashes in the lower lid. Keloid or hypertrophic scarring is quite uncommon in the eyelid.
It is not painful. Local anaesthetic is injected into the eyelids before the procedure. There may be some discomfort initially due to the injection, but there is no pain during the procedure itself.
Not all conditions or concerns are covered by insurance plans.
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