Oculoplastic & Reconstructive Surgery

Experience top-quality oculoplastic and reconstructive surgery at the Advanced Centre For Eyes in Ludhiana. Our highly skilled specialists utilize advanced techniques to restore and enhance the appearance and function of your eyes. Trust us for exceptional results and personalized care that you can rely on.

At the Advanced Centre for eyes, our Oculoplastic & Reconstructive surgery services focus on addressing various conditions related to the eyelids, lacrimal system, and orbit. Our experienced ophthalmologists specialize in performing surgical procedures to correct eyelid malpositions, remove eyelid lesions, reconstruct eyelid defects, manage tear drainage system disorders, and treat orbital diseases. We utilize advanced techniques and technology to ensure safe and effective procedures, aiming to improve both the function and appearance of the eyelids, preserve eye health, and restore natural aesthetics. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation, please contact us. We’re here  in Ludhiana to provide exceptional Oculoplastic & Reconstructive surgery services and help you achieve optimal eye health and aesthetic.

Common Eye conditions needing Oculoplasty
  • Excessive tearing and discharge from the eyes can be caused by a blockage in the duct that connects the eyes to the nose. This can occur in babies due to underdevelopment of the Nasolacrimal duct or in adults due to chronic infections. Syringing and Probing are used to diagnose the level of blockage. If conservative measures and medications do not provide relief, DCR (Dacryocystorhinostomy) surgery may be necessary. At Advanced Centre For Eyes, we offer the latest Laser/Endonasal DCR technique, which avoids any external scarring.
  • Droopy eyelids, also known as Ptosis, can affect one or both upper eyelids and result in an uneven appearance of the eyes. Severe cases can even impact vision. Ptosis can be congenital in babies or develop later in adults due to muscle or nerve weakness. Treatment is recommended if it affects vision or for cosmetic reasons. Our experienced doctors are skilled in various Ptosis surgeries, such as LPS resection or Frontalis sling, to address mild to severe cases.
  • Blepharoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to correct the appearance of sagging skin, excess tissue, bulging fat, and under-eye bags around the eyes, which can make a person look older. As we age, the skin and tissues around the eyes become lax. Blepharoplasty, as well as dermal fillers, can provide a more youthful and rejuvenated appearance.
  • Chalazion is a common condition characterized by a painless lump or mass on the eyelid, usually caused by an infection of the eye glands. If it does not resolve with medication, minor surgery may be required to remove it. Recurring chalazia can be associated with conditions such as diabetes, blepharitis, or dandruff.
  • In cases where the eyeball is severely damaged or injured beyond repair, the eye may need to be removed and replaced with a custom-made artificial shell or implant. Our team of Oculoplasty surgeons and Ocularists are dedicated to achieving the best cosmetic results in these situations.
  • Our doctors are trained in advanced orbital surgery for tumors, cancers, and fractures affecting the eye and its surrounding structures.
  • Thyroid eye disease, also known as Graves’ ophthalmopathy, is a condition that affects the eyes and is associated with an overactive thyroid gland. Our specialists can provide treatment options for this condition.

Most Popular Questions

Oculoplastic & Reconstructive surgery is a specialized field of ophthalmology that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the eyelids, tear ducts, and the area around the eyes. It includes procedures for eyelid malpositions, orbital fractures, tear duct blockages, and cosmetic enhancements.

At Advanced Centre for Eye, we offer a range of Oculoplastic & Reconstructive surgery services, including eyelid surgeries (such as blepharoplasty and ptosis repair), tear duct surgeries (such as dacryocystorhinostomy), orbital surgeries (such as orbital decompression), and cosmetic procedures (such as Botox and dermal fillers).

Individuals with conditions such as droopy eyelids, eyelid malpositions (such as ectropion or entropion), blocked tear ducts, orbital fractures, and those seeking cosmetic enhancements around the eyes can benefit from our Oculoplastic & Reconstructive surgery services.

The recovery process after Oculoplastic & Reconstructive surgery varies depending on the specific procedure performed. Generally, patients may experience swelling, bruising, and mild discomfort in the treated area. The ophthalmologist will provide post-operative instructions, which may include using prescribed eye drops, applying cold compresses, and avoiding certain activities.