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Orbital and Lacrimal Surgery


Orbital and Lacrimal Surgery

Any disease that affects the orbit, or the lacrimal glands or ducts, can be a candidate for orbital or lacrimal surgery.

An Overview: Orbital and Lacrimal Surgery

At a Glance:

  • Suitable for a wide variety of conditions including: Thyroid Eye Disease, Orbital Fractures, Painful Blind Eye, and Lacrimal Duct Obstructions
  • Treatment is possible for children as well as adults

In spite of the wide range of conditions and surgeries that fall under these categories, almost every orbital or lacrimal surgery is an outpatient procedure done with general anesthesia.

Benefits and Highlights:

  • CODET only performs surgery on optimal candidates
  • All of our surgeon doctors provide accessible and extended consultation time 
  • The doctor/patient relationship is crucial to understanding your eyes, vision, and needs
  • Cost savings: CODET is a world-renowned eye center, top quality in all we do, yet costs half as much as typical procedures in the U.S. 
  • Outpatient procedure

What to Expect: About the Procedure

  • Depending on the procedure, swelling and bruising is to be expected with approximately 1 – 3 weeks of downtime
  • The patient should only expect mild pain in most cases
  • Your surgeon will provide you with details and knowledge resources about your specific condition, along with all of the treatment options appropriate for you
  • If you need surgery, it will only be completed after a thorough examination and consultation with your surgeon
  • At that time, you will be given specific, comprehensive instructions and a full understanding of what you may expect before and after any surgery 
  • Your doctor appointments for postoperative follow-up are included in the surgery price

Why CODET for Orbital and Lacrimal Surgery?

These procedures should be carried out only by specially trained ophthalmologists. CODET’s Dr. Martin Guzman is our expert, certified Oculoplastic Surgeon.

CODET provides each of its surgeons with state-of-the-art operating rooms, which they help design, and the best in modern equipment and diagnostics.

How Does it Work?

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