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Eye removal procedures, such as enucleation and evisceration, involve the surgical removal of the eye. Enucleation is the complete removal of the eyeball, while evisceration involves removing the contents of the eye, leaving the scleral shell intact. These procedures are performed in cases of severe eye conditions, uncontrolled infections, trauma, or intraocular tumors.

After eye removal, Dr. Abboud takes steps to preserve the natural appearance of the eye socket. An orbital implant, often made of biocompatible materials, is placed to restore volume and support for the tissues. In most cases, prosthetic eye is fitted over the implant to provide a more natural cosmetic appearance.


If you have a condition that may require eye removal, and would like to have an in-person consultation with Dr. Abboud, please contact us to schedule an appointment and learn more. 

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