Oculoplastic surgeons are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and conditions. They use advanced surgical techniques to ensure the best possible outcome for their patients. Oculoplastic surgery is a safe and effective way to improve the health and appearance of the eyes and surrounding structures.
What is an Oculoplastic Surgery?
Oculoplastic surgery involves the use of reconstructive and cosmetic techniques to improve the appearance and function of the structures around the eye. Oculoplastic surgeons are experts in reconstructive surgery of the eyelids, orbit, and tear ducts, as well as cosmetic procedures such as eyelid lifts and Botox injections.
The goal of oculoplastic surgery is to improve the function and appearance of the eyes and surrounding structures. Oculoplastic surgeons use a combination of reconstructive and cosmetic techniques to achieve the desired results. Oculoplastic surgery is a safe and effective way to improve the health and appearance of the eyes and surrounding structures.
What is an Oculoplastic Surgeon?
An oculoplastic surgeon is a medical doctor who specializes in oculoplastic surgery, a type of surgery that deals with the structure and function of the eyes, eyelids, tear ducts, and orbit (the area surrounding the eye). Oculoplastic surgeons are board-certified ophthalmologists, who have completed advanced fellowship training in oculoplastic surgery.
Oculoplastic surgeons treat a variety of conditions, including eyelid and eyebrow abnormalities, eye socket deformities, tear duct obstructions, thyroid eye disease, and facial nerve paralysis. They can also perform cosmetic procedures such as eyelid lifts, brow lifts, and orbital reshaping. In addition, oculoplastic surgeons are skilled in treating eye injuries and tumors of the eyelids, orbit, and tear ducts.
About Dr. Tanya Khan
Dr. Khan specializes in the clinical and surgical management of eyelid and orbit issues, such as blepharoplasty, blepharoptosis repair, ectropion, entropion, trichiasis, epiphora, benign essential blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, and thyroid eye disease. She also performs surgeries to deal with excess tearing due to nasolacrimal obstruction, complex oculofacial reconstruction for repairing defects from injury or cancer removal, and elimination of orbital tumors. Dr. Khan provides non-invasive facial aesthetic enhancements by way of botulinum toxin and facial filler injections, chemical and laser skin resurfacing, and topical skin care.
During her training, Dr. Khan focused on basic anatomical and clinical studies exploring vascular occlusion from facial filler and the role of neurotoxin to lacrimal gland in treating epiphora. She is the first author of nine peer-reviewed scientific publications and has written two scientific book chapters. Additionally, she has shown her work at national and international ophthalmology and cosmetic surgery conferences.
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