Has your aesthetic or vision been compromised by an orbital disorder? The orbit of the eye contains its bones, eyeball, socket muscles, optic nerves, and adipose tissue. Any of these structures can develop a lesion or become inflamed from an injury, consequating in a variety of symptoms such as a bulgy eye or loss of vision. If your quality of life has been compromised by an orbital affliction, it may be time to consider treatment.
Luxe Aesthetics is your premier destination for addressing orbital concerns, whether for aesthetic or vision enhancements. Our amazing team is eager to discuss your aesthetic goals with you and reimagine your complexion. Contact us today to schedule your initial appointment and find out if this treatment may be right for you!
Addressing Eye Socket Orbital Disorders
Depending on the severity of the injury, tumor, cancer, inflammation, or infection will ultimately determine whether orbital surgery may be the right approach for you. However, not every orbital disorder will require surgery to correct. There are some non-invasive and minimally invasive approaches to address less severe cases. During your consultation, one of our certified team members will carefully evaluate the area and ask a few questions regarding the concern and if any prior treatment or surgery was performed. From there, we can determine the best course of treatment to not only improve the aesthetic of the orbital but correct vision capabilities.
Signs of an Orbital Disorder
Some common indications of an orbital disorder include:
- Pain or discomfort within or around the eye
- Protrusion of the eyeball
- Double vision
- Loss of vision
- Swelling or redness of the eyelids
Ideal Candidates for Eye Socket and Orbital Disorder Correction
Patients who are experiencing pain, discomfort, or otherwise around their eye may be candidates for treatment. Depending on the severity of your case will ultimately determine whether a non-surgical or surgical procedure may be necessary. Suitable candidates are those who are experiencing:
- Orbital tumors
- Sunken cheek bones
- Large myopic eyeballs
- One eye appearing larger than the other
- Thyroid eye disease
- Shallow orbit
Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step in not only restoring your aesthetic and vision but a more comfortable quality of life.