An oculoplastic surgeon (also called an oculofacial plastic surgeon) is an ophthalmologist who has completed additional years of training (a fellowship) in plastic and reconstructive surgery of the structures surrounding the eye. Any procedure that is done in or around the eye can affect your vision. Duke oculoplastic surgeons are highly skilled in performing these types of delicate surgeries.
Duke oculoplastic surgeons specialize in surgery and diseases of the eyes and surrounding structures including the eyelids, orbits (eye sockets), and lacrimal (tear) system. Our oculoplastic surgeons offer procedures to improve your function and enhance your appearance following disease or injury.
Oculofacial Plastic Surgeons
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