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Reconstructive procedures

Plastic surgery may benefit a plethora of functional and/or pathological concerns. Reconstructive procedures provide the opportunity to restore health and function to the eye and face areas.

Clogged or Blocked Tear Ducts
Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

Tear duct surgery is necessary when a person’s tear duct is obstructed. This can occur after an infection, broken nose, injuries, chronic sinus problems, and a variety of other causes…

Earlobe Reshaping/Repair

The effects of wearing heavy or gauged earrings, trauma, and normal aging of the ears can split or stretch the earlobes over time. This can permanently cause the ears to be asymmetrical or less attractive in appearance…

Eyelid Malposition
Entropion, Ectropion, and Retraction

Entropion, Ectropion, and Retraction are the three types of malposition treated at Oculus…

Grave's Disease
Thyroid Related Orbitopathy

Grave’s disease is a condition that attacks the body’s immune system and causes an overproduction of thyroxine (a hormone that helps regulate the body’s metabolism). This disease is defined by swelling that occurs behind the eyes, which causes a buildup of tissue and retraction of the eyelids…

Orbital and Facial Bone Fractures

Severe trauma to the face and orbital area can often have devastating effects that require surgery to repair…

Prosthetic Eye Implants

An ocular prosthesis, or artificial eye, is used to replace an absent natural eye. It is composed of two parts: the round orbital implant, which is not visible, and the prosthesis, which looks like the natural eye…

Ptosis Repair
Congenital or Acquired

Ptosis (droopy upper eyelids), which can occur at birth or later in life, is generally due to hereditary tendencies, age changes, or injury…

Skin Cancer
Tumor Removal on Face and Eyelid

Skin cancer usually appears on the face or eyelids in the form of painless elevations or nodules. Although eyelid skin cancers may be found anywhere on the eyelids and result in distorted or missing eyelashes, these cancers occur most often on the lower eyelids…

Spasms of the Face and Eyelid

Blepharospasm and Hemifacial Spasm describes any abnormally forceful or frequent involuntary contractions to the muscle in the eye and or face…