Arora Eye Hospital & Retina Centre

Arora Eye Hospital & Retina Centre

Address: 7A, Lajpat Nagar, Jalandhar, Punjab 144003


Arora Eye Hospital & Retina Centre

Orbit And Oculoplasty Services

orbit and Oculoplasty services

Title: Enhancing Eye Health with Comprehensive Orbit and Oculoplasty Services

Orbit and Oculoplasty services encompass specialized care aimed at diagnosing, managing, and treating conditions affecting the orbit (eye socket) and structures surrounding the eye, including the eyelids, tear ducts, and facial tissues. These services offer a range of surgical and non-surgical interventions tailored to address both functional and aesthetic concerns, ensuring optimal outcomes and preserving ocular health.

1. Orbit And Oculoplasty Services

Orbit and Oculoplasty services provide comprehensive care for a wide range of conditions affecting the orbit and surrounding structures, including but not limited to:

– Eyelid disorders: Such as ptosis (drooping eyelids), entropion (inward-turning eyelids), ectropion (outward-turning eyelids), eyelid tumors, and eyelid malposition’s.
– Orbital tumors: Including benign and malignant tumors affecting the orbit, such as dermoid cysts, hemangiomas, lymphomas, and metastatic cancers.
– Orbital fractures: Resulting from trauma or injury to the eye socket, leading to displaced or fractured bones, orbital hemorrhage, and soft tissue injuries.
– Lacrimal (tear duct) disorders: Such as nasolacrimal duct obstruction, dacryocystitis (inflammation of the tear sac), and excessive tearing (epiphora).
– Thyroid eye disease (Graves’ ophthalmopathy): A condition characterized by inflammation and swelling of the orbital tissues, causing bulging eyes (proptosis), double vision, and eyelid retraction.

Through a combination of diagnostic evaluations, medical therapies, and surgical interventions, orbit and Oculoplasty services aim to restore function, alleviate symptoms, and improve the overall appearance of the periocular region.

2. What are the Conditions?

Orbit and Oculoplasty services address a diverse range of conditions affecting the orbit and surrounding structures, each with its own set of symptoms, causes, and treatment considerations:

– Eyelid disorders: Eyelid abnormalities can affect vision, cause discomfort, and affect facial aesthetics. Ptosis can lead to visual obstruction, while entropion and ectropion can cause irritation, tearing, and exposure keratitis.
– Orbital tumors: Tumors of the orbit may present as proptosis, vision changes, eye pain, or eyelid swelling. Prompt diagnosis and management are crucial to prevent complications and preserve vision.
– Orbital fractures: Traumatic injuries to the orbit can result in severe pain, double vision, and exophthalmos (sunken eye). Surgical intervention may be required to repair fractured bones and restore normal orbital anatomy.
– Lacrimal disorders: Dysfunction of the tear drainage system can lead to excessive tearing, recurrent infections, and discomfort. Interventional procedures such as dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) may be necessary to restore tear drainage.
– Thyroid eye disease: Graves’ ophthalmopathy can cause significant ocular symptoms, including proptosis, eyelid retraction, double vision, and corneal exposure. Treatment aims to control inflammation, preserve vision, and improve ocular comfort.

3. How is it Operated?

Orbit and Oculoplasty services offer a range of surgical interventions to address various conditions affecting the periocular region, including:

– Eyelid surgery: Procedures such as blepharoplasty, ptosis repair, entropion repair, and ectropion repair are performed to improve eyelid function, restore symmetry, and enhance facial aesthetics.
– Orbital surgery: Surgical excision of orbital tumors, decompression surgery for thyroid eye disease, and repair of orbital fractures are performed to alleviate pressure on the eye, restore orbital volume, and preserve vision.
– Lacrimal surgery: Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) or conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy (CDCR) procedures are performed to create a new drainage pathway for tears, relieving symptoms of epiphora and preventing recurrent infections.

Surgical techniques may vary depending on the specific condition being treated, the patient’s medical history, and the extent of the disease.

Arora Eye Hospital: Leaders in Orbit And Oculoplasty Services

Arora Eye Hospital is renowned for its excellence in providing comprehensive orbit and Oculoplasty services, led by a team of experienced ophthalmologists and oculoplastic surgeons. With a commitment to innovation, patient-centered care, and superior outcomes, we offer advanced diagnostic capabilities and state-of-the-art surgical techniques to address complex orbit and oculoplastic conditions.

Our experts specialize in the diagnosis and management of a wide range of periocular disorders, providing personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs and aesthetic goals. Whether it’s reconstructive eyelid surgery, orbital tumor excision, or lacrimal drainage surgery, we offer compassionate care and exceptional results to improve the function and appearance of the periocular region.

Trust Arora Eye Hospital for unparalleled expertise, compassionate care, and superior outcomes in orbit and Oculoplasty services. Schedule a consultation today and discover the difference our specialized expertise and advanced technology can make in restoring function, alleviating symptoms, and enhancing facial aesthetics for patients with orbit and oculoplastic conditions.

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