Artificial eye

Blinding eye disease can often lead to a poor cosmetic appearance and severe chronic pain arising from the non-seeing eye.

A sunken eye socket is an almost universal complaint from patients with non-seeing eyes which result from trauma or disease. Often, the best solution to control the pain or to improve aesthetic appearance is to remove the eye and reconstruct the socket with an implant which allows an artificial eye to be fitted.

Care of the artificial eye is of great importance if a good aesthetic outcome is to be achieved. Sometimes progressive hollowing can occur over many years which requires further volumetric enhancement using either implants or fat transfer into the eye socket and surrounding tissues Mr. Ezra provides a comprehensive range of treatments in this area.