Thyroid Eye Disease Relief
Orbital Decompresion Surgery
Thyroid Eye Disease is an autoimmune eye condition that, while separate from thyroid disease, is often seen in conjunction with Graves’ Disease. Swelling in the orbital tissues can cause sufferers to have a wide-eyed or bulging stare. Dr Gene along with an Oculoplastic surgeon can perform an orbital decompression surgery to treat bulging eyes from Thyroid Disease. More
No more bulging eyes
Dr. Gene along with your oculoplastic surgeon will perform an orbital decompression surgery using an intranasal endoscopic route to remove 1 or more walls of the eye socket. The advantage of this approach is that it is successful from both a cosmetic and functional standpoint as it both protects the eye from vision loss, and restores the eye’s normal appearance. In these side profile pictures it is apparent how orbital decompression surgery allows the eyes move back into their normal position. These after photos are taken one month after surgery. More
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