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Advances in Ophthalmic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Series by Stephen L. Bosniak

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The oculofacial plastic surgeons at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute specialize in cosmetic and reconstructive procedures designed to improve the appearance and function of the eyelids and face, allowing patients to look and feel natural again. The eyelids and structures around the eyes are critical for vision. Injuries, congenital defects, aging changes and tumors can cause pain, eye damage, vision loss and disfigurement. Changes in the eye's appearance can decrease one's ability to interact in social settings and in the workplace. The tragic loss of an eye from injury or disease can decrease one's confidence and impair self-image. Along with a variety of cosmetic procedures, our surgeons can insert implants, reconstruct eyelids and eye sockets, correct eyelid-position abnormalities, remove growths and rebuild critical ocular structures.

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Goals of these procedures include restoring normal function, treating diseases and injuries affecting the soft tissues and bones around the eyes, and improving cosmetic appearance with both surgical and non-surgical techniques. Wu Lab. For Functional Appointments. With age, the upper eyelids can become loose and baggy, causing a reduction in the field of vision and interfering with important activities such as driving. This may be addressed with a type of surgery called blepharoplasty, which involves removing this excess tissue via small incisions hidden in the natural eyelid creases.

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Request an appointment online or call us. At Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami Health System, our highly-skilled and experienced team of oculoplastic surgeons is trained in both ophthalmology and plastic surgery around the eyes, eyelids, and face. This area has some of the most delicate anatomy in the body, and our surgeons specialize in performing medical as well as cosmetic surgical procedures in this area that are central to facial appearance and your sense of self. Our ophthalmologists treat conditions of the orbit eye socket , the lacrimal system tear glands and ducts , and the eyelids and face. Whether you've suffered an eye or facial injury, have a condition affecting the eye or eyelid function, or simply want to refresh and rejuvenate your appearance, we can help. Our oculoplastics team is currently the largest in the country and has performed pioneering work for various conditions and treatments. When needed, our physicians work with colleagues in dermatology, neurosurgery, ear, nose, and throat ENT , oncology, endocrinology, and plastic surgery, among others, to providing outstanding multi-disciplinary patient care.

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