Orbital Surgery

Orbital surgery is an area of specialization within oculoplastic surgery. Oculoplastic surgery involves both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures on the eyelids, the lacrimal system, and the orbital area. You can access other pages on our site about those other areas.

Conditions That Require Orbital Surgery

Orbital tumors

Tumors can develop in the eye sockets of adults and children. In some cases, they can be removed as stand-alone procedures, but often more aggressive tumors in this area require coordination with other specialists.

Orbital trauma

All sorts of impacts, everything from a hit baseball to a car wreck, can result in fractures to the bones of the orbit. These fractures often cause symptoms such as double vision, or they can merit full reconstruction to rebuild the necessary support for the eyes.

Thyroid decompression

Graves’ disease, also known as thyroid eye disease, is an autoimmune inflammatory disorder that affects the soft tissues of the orbit. When the body attacks the thyroid, too much thyroid production leads to these problems: eyelid retraction, eye protrusion, dry eye, double vision, and eye bags. Various surgical and non-surgical treatments are used to manage the complications of Graves’ disease.

Eye removal

There are times when an eye cannot be saved, whether due to trauma or disease. In these cases, reconstruction of the eye socket is done to prepare it for the prosthetic eye with the goal of creating the best cosmetic end result.

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Post-Mohs Reconstruction

W​e work closely with local dermatologists and Mohs surgeons to provide aesthetic reconstruction after skin cancer removal.

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Blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) can improve vision issues while also helping patients achieve a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.

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Brow Lifts

A brow lift can improve the appearance of the forehead, brow and eyes and help patients achieve a more refreshed  appearance. 

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Tear Drainage System Surgery

By creating a new drainage pathway, this surgery helps relieve excessive tearing and improves eye comfort and vision.

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Orbital Surgery

Our team is skilled in reconstructive and cosmetic procedures to enhance aesthetics, and ensure optimal eye health and vision.

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Botox treatments can be utilized to treat medical conditions or to diminish fine lines and reduce the signs of aging around the eyes. 

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Tucson, AZ 85712
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4709 E. Camp Lowell Dr, Tucson, AZ 85712 (View Map)
Phone: 520-722-4700 - FAX: 520-722-4800