Category Archives: Reconstructive Oculoplastic Services

How Orbital Reconstruction Can Help Post-Trauma

Eye trauma affects many individuals who are unaware that avoiding an examination or surgery can cost them their eyesight. Therefore, orbital reconstruction can be an important choice for restoring both the function and appearance of the eye socket and surrounding area following a recent traumatic experience. What Are Some Benefits of Orbital Reconstruction? Orbital reconstruction is an… Read More »

Reconstructive Oculoplastic Treatments for Eyelid Malposition

Eyelid malposition can negatively affect your vision. Thankfully, reconstructive oculoplastic treatments are available to help. If you are experiencing vision problems due to the position of your eyelids, here is what you should know. What Do Reconstructive Oculoplastic Treatments Correct? Various causes of eye malposition are addressed through reconstructive oculoplastic treatments. The most common include: Eyelid retractions:… Read More »

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Resolve Eye Troubles With Reconstructive Oculoplastic Services

Your eyes are the gateway to the visual world around you. Not only that, but they are also instrumental in nonverbal human communication. But what happens when your body works against their proper, comfortable functioning? That’s precisely what happens with several troublesome eyelid conditions that will be discussed in this blog. Thankfully, reconstructive oculoplastic services have never… Read More »

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Stand Up to Cancer Day: What It Means For Eyelid Cancer

September 9th is Stand Up to Cancer Day, and we’re reflecting on what this day means for those affected by cancer. As we all know, cancer is a horrible disease that claims too many lives.  Eyelid cancer is a type of cancer that affects the eyelids. It is a relatively rare cancer, but it can… Read More »

Correcting an Eyelid Turning the Wrong Way

In this month’s first blog, we told you about our oculoplastic surgery expertise at Central Valley Eye Medical Group. In this second blog, let’s describe two of those conditions, entropion and ectropion. Due to various causes, a person’s eyelid can turn the wrong way. In some cases, the eyelid “turns in”. In others it “turns… Read More »


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