Why Reconstructive Surgery

The need to undergo oculofacial reconstructive surgery is often dictated beyond one’s control—frequently due to trauma, cancer, or the way one was born.

Our team has extensive experience in treating patients who need reconstructive procedures for eyelid malpositions, facial skin cancer, orbital/facial trauma, lacrimal (tearing) problems, Thyroid Eye Disease, and scarring. The situation surrounding a reconstructive procedure can be challenging, and we accompany you through the process to ensure that your needs are met, and that you achieve the best outcome possible. Undergoing a oculofacial reconstructive procedure is often not a choice, but it can be a successful experience.

Reconstructive Procedures

Skin Cancer

The eyelid skin is the thinnest and most sensitive skin on your body

Thyroid Eye Disease

Thyroid eye disease is an autoimmune inflammatory disorder of uncertain etiology that affects the tissues of the orbit.

Eyelid Malposition

Entropion is a condition in which the eyelid is rolled inward toward the eye.

Orbit & Tear Duct

In the United States, injuries to the eyes and eye socket are unfortunately common place.

From our Patients

I chose Dr. Amadi for several reasons, first and foremost I wanted a specialist in blepharoplasty and he is a highly accredited Ocular Surgeon.

Blepharoplasty PatientSeattle, WA
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