Oculoplasty2018-11-22T07:24:46+00:00

OCULOPLASTY


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Oculoplasty, also known as ophthalmic plastic surgery, is surgery with relation to the eye and its surrounding structures. Oculoplasty surgery may be performed to improve function, comfort and appearance for the following conditions:

  • Tear Drainage Problems
  • Eyelid Malposition
  • Eyebrow Problems

Most of the times, an oculoplasty surgery is best for medical issues related to the eyes as well as the cosmetic appearance of the eyes and surrounding areas.

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OCULOPLASTY SURGERY

  • As you consider your vision correction needs and confer with your doctor about what procedure will produce the vision correction that you want, the cost will inevitably be a factor in making your decision.

    Contoura Vision laser correction costs the most of all LASIK surgeries. It is, in part, because the technology is the most advanced and requires specialized equipment. However, the cost also includes the expertise and training of the ophthalmologist doing the surgery. Only a few eye specialists in India have the training and experience to do this procedure. Currently, Eyemantra Eye Centre and AIIMS offer this procedure in New Delhi. Elsewhere in India, L.V. Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad, Sankara Nethralaya in Chennai and Narayana Netralaya in Bangalore also offers Contoura Vision LASIK surgery in India.

  • It’s hard to put a price tag on a procedure that is customized to each and involves state-of-the-art equipment and high-end medical expertise. However, a survey of fees for Contoura Vision surgery in Delhi showed that there is not much difference in cost between Contoura Vision and bladeless LASIK surgery for a far superior outcome of vision correction.
  • A bladeless LASIK procedure in Delhi may vary in cost between ₹75,000 and ₹90,000 (approx.) while the fees for a Contoura Vision correction ranges between ₹95,000 and ₹1,15,000 (approx.). Of course, the exact cost will vary according to the complexity of each case and the procedure used.

Who Needs an Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery?

Your ability to see depends on the way that your eyes bend (refract) light. A refractive error occurs when they do not bend it perfectly, preventing the eye from focusing light correctly. Common refractive errors can be corrected with glasses and contact lenses temporarily but a surgery improves them permanently.

  • Blinking of eyes more than necessary
  • Eyelids Hanging Downwards (Ptosis)
  • Twitching of eyes
  • Wrinkles, scars or folds around the eyes
  • Eyelids tearing in or out (Entropion/Ectropion)
  • Blocked Tear Ducts (NLD Block)
  • Tumors growing inside or surrounding the eye
  • Blepharoplasty or excessive fat in eyelids
  • Bulging Eyes
  • The absence of an eye
  • Orbit Tumors
  • Burns of the eye

Reconstructive Surgery performed by some of the best eye surgeons

Oculoplastic surgery is one of the principal offerings of Spectra Eye. And this technique is getting very popular without a doubt. It is also known as ophthalmic plastic surgery. It is the procedure of improving the functions and appearance of facial skin, particularly the ones on the eye region. The most common patients of oculoplastic surgery are those who are involved in accidents, those who had developed certain sicknesses and those who have the deficiency since birth. While oculoplastic surgery is frequently used for aesthetic reasons, it actual application is very comprehensive. This process is also referred to as a type of reconstructive surgery. The specialists at Spectra Eye can categorically help many people who wish to opt for Oculoplastic surgery.

Who Needs an Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery?

Your ability to see depends on the way that your eyes bend (refract) light. A refractive error occurs when they do not bend it perfectly, preventing the eye from focusing light correctly. Common refractive errors can be corrected with glasses and contact lenses temporarily but a surgery improves them permanently.

  • Blinking of eyes more than necessary
  • Eyelids Hanging Downwards (Ptosis)
  • Twitching of eyes
  • Wrinkles, scars or folds around the eyes
  • Eyelids tearing in or out (Entropion/Ectropion)
  • Blocked Tear Ducts (NLD Block)
  • Tumors growing inside or surrounding the eye
  • Blepharoplasty or excessive fat in eyelids
  • Bulging Eyes
  • The absence of an eye
  • Orbit Tumors
  • Burns of the eye

Our Team

Dr. Shweta Jain


“Qualification:MBBS, DNB (Opthal)”

Dr. Rajiv Mohan


“Dr. Rajiv Mohan is a renowned ophthalmologist who has been instrumental in providing quality eye care and education in Northern India, both in private and charitable sectors. He received his medical degree from University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi in 1985 and Masters in Ophthalmology from Karnataka University in 1989. In 1990 he did his advanced medical training in the field of vitreo- retina from England and got his FRCS (Glasgow) in 2002. ”

Dr. Sanjiv Mohan


“Qualification: MBBS from SMS medical college Jaipur
MS from Dharwad university, Belgaum.
Trained for higher surgical training in Scotland U.K for 2 years.
FRCS
Experience: Dr. Sanjiv Mohan has an experience of over 18 years as an Ophthalmologist”

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is oculoplasty?
Oculoplastic surgery is a general term used to represent a variety of procedures that involve the orbit, eyelids, tear ducts, and the face. Ocular reconstructive surgery, aesthetic eyelid surgery, facial plastic surgery, and cosmetic procedures fall into this category.
Some types of oculoplastic surgery are considered both medically necessary and cosmetic. For instance, certain eyelid and periocular issues can affect a person’s appearance as well as their vision, eye comfort, and eye health.
2. What is DCR?
A DCR is an operation on the tear ducts to help improve drainage of tears from the eye to the nose. It is usually performed when there is a blockage in the main tear duct between the eye and the nose (the nasolacrimal duct), that has caused the eye to water and sometimes become infected. It is also sometimes performed when there is a partial blockage to improve tear drainage.
3. Why is my doctor recommending surgery for watering of eyes?
When the nasolacrimal duct, the tube which drains tears into the nose, is blocked a surgical procedure is usually required. During this procedure, called as DCR (Dacryocystorhinostomy), a hole is created between the tear sac and the inside of the nose.

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