Aesthetic Oculoplasty is an innovative field combining the science of ophthalmology with the art of aesthetic improvement. It offers both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures designed to enhance the appearance of the eyes while preserving or improving eye function.

At Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital, we believe that every individual deserves to have healthy, beautiful eyes. With Dr Surbhi Kapadia, an expert ophthalmologist & oculoplasty specialist at the helm, we offer a range of aesthetic oculoplasty treatments. Whether it’s managing eyelid abnormalities, correcting droopy eyelids, or smoothing wrinkles around the eyes, we are committed to providing world-class care tailored to your unique needs.

Dr Surbhi Kapadia, known for her meticulous approach and high-level expertise, brings a new dimension to eye care in Vadodara. Having trained at the renowned L V Prasad Eye Institute in Hyderabad, she brings together the latest techniques, state-of-the-art technology, and a patient-focused approach to offer unmatched care in the field of oculoplasty.

This section explores the various non-surgical and surgical cosmetic procedures we offer, aiming to give you a comprehensive understanding of each treatment. From Botox and fillers to more advanced surgical procedures like Blepharoplasty, we cover a broad spectrum of treatments designed to improve both the function and aesthetics of your eyes.

Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures: At Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital, led by Dr. Surbhi Kapadia, a renowned oculoplastic surgeon in Vadodara, we provide non-surgical cosmetic procedures like Botox and fillers, offering quick and noticeable enhancements to the eye area and overall appearance, with minimal downtime.

Surgical Cosmetic Procedures:  We offer a range of surgical cosmetic procedures designed to improve the aesthetic appearance of the eyes and face.

Blepharoplasty: Blepharoplasty is an eyelid surgery that improves the appearance and function of the eyelids, providing rejuvenation for the eye area and surrounding region.

FAQs on General Oculoplasty

Oculoplasty, also known as ophthalmic plastic surgery, is a surgical speciality that involves the management of conditions affecting the eye, eyelids, orbit (eye socket), and the lacrimal (tear) system.

Oculoplasty can treat a variety of conditions such as drooping eyelids (ptosis), eyelid tumours, tear duct obstructions, orbital fractures, and more.

The recovery period after an Oculoplasty procedure can vary depending on the specific procedure and the individual’s overall health. However, most patients can resume their normal activities within a week or two post-surgery.

While Oculoplasty does include procedures to enhance the aesthetic appearance of the eyes and face, it also involves surgical procedures to correct functional problems of the eye and its surrounding structures.