Orbital Surgery

It’s quite sad to see real beauty hiding behind easily correctable facial issues. Nowadays, there are a number of options available to treat and amend eye injuries and conditions. Some of these can be combined with appropriate cosmetic surgery to ensure facial appeal.

Reconstructive surgery like post-injury eyelid reconstruction, eyelid tumour surgery, orbital cancer surgery, and more ensure that your facial appearance remains the same as before.

Benign Tumors

Benign tumors can grow within the eye wall or on the eyelid. The most common type of non-cancerous eye tumor is called capillary hemangioma. The symptoms of these tumors are vision changes or redness in the eyes. These can be safely treated by Dr. Carroll. All you have to do is schedule a consultation and see your world with greater clarity.

Malignant Tumors

Ocular tumours are collections of cells that grow abnormally. If you have malignant tumours, you may face symptoms like loss of vision, glaucoma, visual distortion, floaters, irregularly shaped pupils, etc. You may have to undergo an exhaustive eye exam, eye ultrasound, Optical Coherence Tomography, and others so that your tumour can be examined in detail. Only then will you be apprised of the best treatment for your condition.

Inflammatory Conditions

Inflammatory conditions cover a gamut of infections, injuries and conditions that influence different parts of the eyes. These can be optic nerve inflammation, corneal inflammation, scleral inflammation, and others.

These are categorised by symptoms such as irritation, pain, swelling and redness. While some conditions can be treated with steroid medicines, some may turn severe and demand serious interventions.

It is vital to come in for a consultation with us the minute you feel there’s something wrong with your eyes. This is because correct diagnosis is imperative to fashion the right treatment plan for your condition.

Some diagnostic tests and thorough investigations may have to be performed on you, along with a careful and in-depth eye examination. You may also be asked to get some specialized scans along with general health tests, such as urine or blood. All of these are necessary to get to the root cause of the issue. Once determined, you will get the best treatment to successfully cure the condition.

Enucleation & Evisceration

In enucleation, the entire eye is removed and the muscles that control eye movement are left intact to be reattached to the artificial eyeball. In evisceration, the cornea and eye content are removed while the scleral shell and eye muscles are left intact to be attached to the implant. At OPRSC, you shall be advised on which of these would be most apt for your case and you can take the final decision on your surgery.