1- Intro
2- What is oculoplasty
3- Who needs a oculoplastic surgery ?
4- Oculoplastic problems – Ptosis – drooping of upper lids
Lid retraction – large eyes
Lax lids
Watering of eyes
Artificial/prosthetic eyes
Orbital Fractures
Blepharoplasty of the upper lid and lower lid for excess skin, muscle, and fat
Browpexy – Brow lifts
Aesthetic lid surgery
Cure for deep-rooted wrinkles, crow’s feet, blepharospasm, facial spasms

5- Oculoplastic surgeries – Ptosis surgeries
Ptosis is the medical word for upper eyelid drooping. If your upper eyelids drop excessively,
it may impair your eyesight, and it can also have an impact on cosmesis. A multitude of
surgical treatments is used to correct ptosis. Following a meeting with the Oculoplastic
Surgeon, the best choice for you will be determined.
The removal of eyelid bags and extra skin around the eyes is called blepharoplasty. Eyelid
bags give the face a worn and aged appearance. The blepharoplasty treatment rejuvenates
and restores youthfulness to the face.
Orbital surgeries- of various forms are performed to treat orbital tumors and diseases,
thyroid-related orbital illness, orbital fractures, and congenital orbital defects
Lid repair surgery
The functional and cosmetic repair of the eyelid and periocular region with minimum surgical
morbidity is the goal of eyelid reconstruction surgery. The surgery's result is determined by a
number of factors, including the type of defect, the patient's age and health, the integrity of
surrounding tissues, and the surgeon's expertise, among others.
Ocular Prosthesis is a prosthetic eye or an aesthetic model of eyelids and globe that is
appropriate for individuals with phthisis bulbi or those who have had their eyes or orbital
contents, including the globe, surgically emptied. During enucleation (the surgical removal of
the eye), a silicone ball implant is put into the eye socket to cover the space formerly
occupied by the eye. After that, an ocular prosthesis is moulded to fit in front of the implant. It
is located between the eyelids and the conjunctiva, covering the implant.
Dacryocystorhinostomy surgery (DCR)
In adults, dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) surgery is used to relieve obstructed tear ducts. It
creates a new path between the tear duct sac and the nose, bypassing the obstruction and
allowing tears to drain normally.

Role of Oculoplastic Surgery in Eye Care

The eye is one of the most integral parts of the body. Damage to the eye can be a significant
blow to your life. You might lose not only your vision but also your self-confidence. But with
oculoplastic surgery, we can help you treat your eye health issues and get the confidence you lost.