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Oculoplastic, orbit and reconstructive surgery by the top surgeons in Howrah

It is also known as Ophthalmic plastic surgery, the Oculoplastic, orbit and reconstructive surgery are basically performed in order to deal with different abnormalities happening in the eyelids and all its surrounding tissues. Moreover, this reconstructive surgery done by oculoplastic surgeon specialist in Howrah can help improve the position and contour of the eyelids, thus improving its function and appearance. This surgical process is also suggested for removing any cysts and tumors from the eyelids, correct any malposition such as drooping eyelids (ptosis), staring eyes in thyroid eye disease, watering eyes, and artificial (prosthetic) eyes.

Dristideep Eye Institute has the best oculoplastic surgeon in Howrah with many years of experience and is highly trained in both Ophthalmology and Plastic reconstructive eye surgeries. However, there are several eye treatment service providers specializing in oculoplastic reconstructive surgeries, but Drishtideep Eye Institute specializes in the Oculoplastic surgical process and is also the preferred choice of referrals for other eye specialists. The oculoplastic surgery is performed at our eye clinic in Howrah and it has helped many patients recover using the scrupulous microsurgical techniques of ophthalmology along with the aesthetics of plastic surgery.

HowDrishtideep treats with oculoplastic and orbital surgery?

Dristideep Eye Institute specializes in orbital surgery in Howrah as -

  • Eyelid Reconstruction
  • Eyelid Trauma care
  • Eyelid disorders - Ptosis, Entropion, Ectropion
  • Orbital Tumours
  • Orbital Fractures
  • Eyelid Cancers
  • Basal Cell Carcinoma

    Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    Malignant Melanoma

    Sebaceous Cell Carcinoma

  • Lacrimal Disorders
  • Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct (NLD)

    Acquired Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction & Common Canalicular Obstruction.

    Lacrimal Tumours

    Canaliculitis

We have the best orbital surgeon in Howrah and our surgeons also perform cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures in order to rejuvenate your face and tighten and smooth facial skin. Some of the issues we treat are:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Sagging skin around the eyes.
  • Sun damage to the skin around the eyes.

Oculoplastic and orbital surgery and treatments at the best eye clinic in Howrah

The Oculoplastics/Orbital Service provided by Drishtideep is the best eye care in Howrah providing the treatment of different eye disorders, anomalies, and injuries of the eyelids, tear ducts and the orbit (bony structure around the eye) are very well diagnosed and treated. The process includes pre-operative and post-operative evaluation and the surgical management of oculoplastic/orbital problems.

Moreover, the best eye specialist in Hooghly also can perform the evaluation and surgery for both children and adults having eyelid or eyebrow abnormalities occurring due to genetic disorders, aging, disease, trauma, or any previous surgery. During cosmetic surgery our surgeons can also perform a variety of cosmetic plastic surgical procedures that include blepharoplasty (lid lifts), and Botox treatments as well.

Why should you choose Drishtideep?

Drishtideep Eye Institute provides comprehensive and state of the art eye care facilities. Patients not only come for eye treatment in Howrah and Hooghly but also from the adjoining areas across the state. Drishtideep Eye Institute is accredited with NABH (National Accreditation Board for hospitals and health care providers), meaning this institute is a constituent board of Quality Council of India which is set up to establish accreditation standards for health care organizations.

Drishtideep Eye Institute provides the highest standards of safety through its host of services. The center is designed with all recommended quality and safety parameters in mind. Apart from having the best eye surgeon in Howrah, this eye care facility also has state-of-the-art operation theatres that are fully equipped with the best of the latest technology for the safe surgical process. Drishtideep strictly adheres to the International quality standards and believes in ethical practices of ophthalmology. Moreover, Drishtideep Eye Institute is empanelled for cashless Mediclaim services made for Eye Treatment only.

e to leave the hospital instantly. Post-surgery you will need to regularly use anti-inflammatory eye drops for at least one month.

What happens after the pterygium surgery?

Once the surgery is completed you can go home with a safety pad covering the eye. However, do not rub the eyes, and the next day, you have to remove the pad and gently clean the eye using lukewarm water or any prescribed eyewash. You can now start taking the prescribed eye drops. After the surgery, you may experience some pain in your eye, especially while blinking. But this pain is normal and can be reduced using simple analgesics such as paracetamol.

It is normal your eye will look red for several weeks after surgery, maybe for a couple of months. However, it will gradually diminish with passing time. You may find your vision to be blurry for several weeks post-operation.

How long does it take for your eye to heal after pterygium surgery?

According to the best eye specialist in Hooghly, after the surgical process patients can see normally within about two to three weeks. However, it depends, as some patients heal faster, and others may take longer. But after two weeks you will find that you are well on the way to recovery.

New approaches for pterygium surgery

Providing the best eye treatment in Howrah Drishtideep has come a long way by incorporating several new in their treatment procedures. Some of the latest approaches that are maintained by the eye treatment facility are the use of fibrin glue in their surgical process. The use of fibrin glue for suture-free conjunctival autografts is the reason behind a faster healing process in patients.

If you have a query, call us:

9073982221 / 6289776747 / (033) 2659 5969

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