Cosmetic Eye & Face


Orbital Reconstruction

Orbital Reconstruction, Fracture Repair, Tumor Removal, Eyelid Laceration Repair

Reconstruction involves repair of the orbit and associated structures, including the surrounding skin tissues, tear passages, and bony walls. These can occur from a wide variety of causes, including trauma, nasolacrimal (tear duct) problems, removal of cancer (for example, Mohs’ reconstruction after a dermatologist has resected a skin cancer), orbital fracture repair, enucleation (removal of eye) or exenteration (removal of orbit), or other prior surgery.


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