Oculoplastic surgeons are specially trained to perform both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures, using a combination of surgical techniques and non-surgical treatments.
Common conditions treated with oculoplastic surgery include:
Oculoplastic surgery may be performed under local or general anaesthesia, depending on the type and extent of the procedure. Recovery time varies depending on the procedure, but most patients can return to normal activities within a few days to a few weeks.
In conclusion, oculoplastic surgery is a specialised field of ophthalmic surgery that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the eyelids, orbit, and tear ducts. Oculoplastic surgeons are skilled in a variety of surgical techniques and non-surgical treatments to improve the function and appearance of the eyes and face.