Aesthetic Oculoplasty

Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

In the hands of an expert, non-surgical cosmetic procedures can work wonders for rejuvenating the eye area and enhancing your overall appearance. At Aadicura Superspeciality Hospital, we offer a range of non-surgical treatments, including Botox and fillers, led by Dr Surbhi Kapadia, a leading oculoplastic surgeon in Vadodara.

These procedures are minimally invasive, require little to no downtime, and provide noticeable improvements in a short time. Let’s explore these procedures further:

Botox: Smoothing Wrinkles for a Youthful Look

Botox, a popular non-surgical treatment, reduces fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes by relaxing the underlying muscles, leading to smoother and more youthful skin.

Fillers: Restoring Volume for a Refreshed Appearance

We offer non-surgical solutions using fillers to address concerns like crow's feet, frown lines, and under-eye hollows, enhancing facial contours while prioritizing aesthetics and eye health.

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.