Oculoplasty is a term for surgeries done to the eyes and surrounding tissues. The various procedures include eyelid corrections, eye repairs, and removal. Oculoplasty takes of a variety of eye problems and is also known as both an art and a science. Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery can be performed to save patients the discomfort, feel and appearance of the eye. The procedure is usually done on people who have everything from droopy eyelids to all-metal prosthetic eyes.

Oculoplasty surgery is used to improve function and appearance for the following conditions: Oculoplasty, or oculoplastic procedure, is a term used to refer to a variety of procedures that involve the upper eyelids, eyebrows, orbit, tear ducts, and face. Ocular reconstructive surgery, usually referred to as oculoplasty, consists of cosmetic or surgically necessary procedures such as eyelid surgery and facial plastic surgery.

The benefits of oculoplasty are ways in which they can be used to treat any medical eyelid condition - often as a result of aging, trauma or infection. Oculoplasty can reduce the discomfort an eye condition can cause, improve vision and make you look younger. The procedure also has a low risk of complications, so it's well worth looking into if you're suffering from a condition such as droopy eyelids or bags. Luckily, with oculoplasty surgery, there are no not too many complications that crop up and we're happy to discuss them all with you in detail before your operation our specially trained oculoplastic surgeon.

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When should my childs eyes be examined?

Most physicians prescribe vision tests as part of a child's medical examination. They may refer a child to see an eye doctor (aka ophthalmologist) if there is any visible sign of a vision problem.

Pediatricians recommend the first eye test for children to take place in hospital - as part of their routine post-treatment checkup. A pediatrician or physician will also check your children's vision during a routine well-child exam, usually at two, four and six months of age. Later amblyopia and alignment screenings should take place between the ages of three-years-old and four years old and then yearly thereafter.

When should an adults eyes be examined?

It's important to monitor your eyesight by getting an eye exam. For adults, this should be done every three-five years or whenever a noticeable change occurs. Young adults (ages 20 - 39) should have their eyes examined once a year.

Adults aged (40-64 year olds) should have their eyes examined every two-four years.

Seniors (over 65 years of ages) should have their eyes examined every year to two years

High risk adults include:

with diabetes

with glaucoma or strong family history of glaucoma


What is visual acuity?

The Acuity of the eye is the measure of its ability to identify and distinguish the minutest details and shapes in symbolic or written form at a distance of 20 feet. This measurement is typically given in decimal form. The top number refers to the distance in feet, while the bottom number denotes the visual distance. So, perfect vision is 20/20.

What is Myopia ?

Myopia is often called "short-sightedness" or "near-sighted." But it can be corrected with good contact lenses, eyeglasses, or surgical techniques.

What is Hyperopia ?

Hyperopia is often referred to as "long-sightedness" or "far-sighted". Generally, hyperopia is when the eye is too short for the focal point. (ie an emmetropic eye or eye requiring no optical correction) or this is because the eye's power of sight is weaker than the distance. The focus is correctly adjusted using a "plus" lens power or convex lens.

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