Oculoplasty, or oculoplastic surgery, is a special field of eye care that deals with issues concerning the structures around the eyes, such as the eyelids, tear ducts, and eye socket. Oculoplastic surgeons are eye specialists with extra training in plastic and reconstructive surgery for the eyes and nearby areas of the face.


  • Ptosis
  • Entropion
  • Ectropion
  • Blocked Tear Ducts
  • Thyroid Eye Disease
  • Orbital Tumors
  • Orbital Fractures


  • Eyelid Surgery – Eyelid surgery is a common treatment for ptosis, entropion, and ectropion. The surgery involves tightening or repositioning the eyelid muscles to improve eyelid function and appearance.
  • Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) – DCR is a surgical procedure that is used to treat blocked tear ducts. During the procedure, the surgeon creates a new channel between the tear sac and the nasal cavity to allow tears to drain properly.
  • Orbital Surgery – Orbital surgery is used to treat orbital tumours, fractures, and other conditions that affect the eye socket. The surgery may involve removing the tumour or repairing the broken bones to restore normal eye function.
  • Botox Injections – Botox injections are used to treat certain oculoplastic conditions, such as blepharospasm, which is a condition that causes involuntary eyelid twitching.
  • Systemic Treatments – In some cases, systemic treatments, such as medications or radiation therapy, may be used to treat oculoplastic diseases.
  • Vision Therapy – Vision therapy involves a series of exercises and activities designed to improve the connection between the eyes and the brain and may be recommended for some children with certain eye conditions.