Oculoplasty Treatment

Occular plastic surgery is mainly concerned with the management of eyelid deformities and abnormalities like lacrimal (tear) systems, orbit (bony socket) and surrounding areas to retain, restore or enhance functions and appearance. The operation is also called ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive eye or oculofacial surgery. At KABERA, the Oculoplasty specialist deals with different eye-lid and lacrimal system and are highly trained in the field.

Oculoplasty Treatment at KABERA
1. Eyelid Surgery

In case of blepharoplasty, incisions are made following the natural lines of the eyelids. After making the incision, the surgeon removes the excess fat, skin, and muscle by removing the skin and underlying tissue from the body. Finally, stitches are used to close the incisions on the eyelids. Depending on the technique used, the lower eyelids might not require stitches. In the majority of cases, the procedure takes approximately two hours if both upper and lower eyelids are done simultaneously.

2. Tear Duct Surgery

When your surgeon makes an incision to perform a dacryocystorhinostomy, he or she will make an incision in your nose or inside corner of your eye. The blocked sac in the nose is opened, directly into the tear drain. While the new tear duct remains open, a stent may be left in the drain to keep it open. A removable medical drain is sometimes implanted under the corner of the eyelids, keeping the obstruction from occurring.

3. Orbital Surgery

Radiographic testing, such as a CT scan, will be required before your orbital surgery, and your surgeon will perform fine-needle aspiration. The findings will provide important information about which surgical technique will be employed. Orbital surgery encompasses a wide range of procedures, and the method used in your case depends on the location, size, and severity of the disease. No incision is required in some cases, although additional methods, such as sutures, are sometimes required. For others, larger incisions are needed, and people who have these surgeries may be left with noticeable scars. Even while carefully preserving eye function and vision, your surgeon will remove or repair damaged tissues as necessary.

4. Eyebrow And Forehead Lift

Through on longer incision concealed in the hair of the scalp, the procedure can be performed in several smaller incisions in the scalp. To raise the forehead and eyebrows, excess skin is removed. Upper eyelid blepharoplasty may be performed at the same time as eyebrow and forehead enhancement surgery.

Why KABERA for
Oculoplasty Treatment ?

When it comes to oculoplasty treatment, you’re in good hands with Kabera. Our cataract procedures are carried out by our renowned oculoplasty surgeons. All our surgeons are highly professional who have completed thousands of successful treatments.
We are proud of our dedication to each patient and, therefore, our consultants are supported by specialized teams with years of field expertise, who ensure that you are treated well and receive the highest levels of care before, during and after the procedure.

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