Oculoplastic surgery is the cosmetic, corrective, and reconstructive surgery of the eye. It manages and repairs problems primarily related to the tissues or structures surrounding the eye, rather than the eyeball itself. These structures include the eyelids, the tear ducts, and the orbit (bony socket surrounding the eye).Ophthalmic plastic surgeons are board-certified ophthalmologists who have completed several years of additional, highly specialized training in plastic surgery. These procedures include repair of droopy eyelids, repair of tear duct obstructions, orbital fracture repairs, and removal of tumors in and around the eyes. Oculoplastic procedures frequently have both functional and aesthetic purposes.
Droopy eyelids or eyebrows (Ptosis)
Eyelids turning in or out (Entropion / Ectropion)
Excessive watering due to tear duct or tear sac problems
Frequent prescription changes in glasses and contact lenses
Growths or Tumors (Cancer of Eye)
Excessive blinking or uncontrollable eye closure
Excessive wrinkles / skin folds around eyes (Cosmesis)
Paralysis affecting the face
Anophthalmia - Loss of eye due to injury or infection wherein artificial eye fitting is needed, to improve appearance
Frontalis sling surgery
Levation resection or plication surgery
Farsenella servat surgery
A large number of patients with thyroid related orbitopathy are treated (in collaboration with the general physician) on a daily basis.
Cosmetic surgeries like blepharoplasty and botox are also done on carefully selected patients.
We also treat special cases of facial spasms, dystonias, lid twitching with Injection Botox.
These services are available at cheaper rates to needy people for better cosmesis and better life.
Standard surgical theatre is provided with
Fibre optic light
Bipolar and unipolar cautery unit
Radio frequency cutting- coagulating system
Diode laser console for DCR surgeries