Oculofacial Reconstructive Procedures Houston

Reconstructive oculoplastic surgery is generally performed to treat conditions affectiong the function of the eye and lacrimal system including extra eyelid skin, droopy eyelids and brows, entropion, ectropion, tear duct obstructions, thyroid eye disease, skin and orbital cancers, orbital infections and trauma.

Our eyes, while being the windows to our soul are also one of our most vital sensory organs, providing us with a view of the world we live in. The eyelids and the periorbital structures are essential in protecting and supporting our eyes. Conditions that cause eyelid abnormalities can result in signs and symptoms ranging from decreased peripheral vision secondary to extra eyelid skin or droopy eyes, to severe dry eyes and exposure as seen with everted eyelids.

Even though Reconstructive procedures are generally performed to improve functionality, as I mentioned in my philosophy, form and function inevitably go hand-in-hand. In my experience, my efforts to improve functionality also result in an improvement in form and appearance, a decided plus for my patients.

We encourage you to take a few minutes to learn more about these diverse conditions that can affect your functionality and vitality, listed in the Reconstructive Procedures section.

If you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Sami, please do not hesitate to contact us at 713-668-1264 so we can help enhance your life.

Reconstructive Oculoplastic Surgery

Oculofacial reconstructive surgery plays a crucial role in improving the quality of life for individuals facing various challenges related to the tissues around the eyes. Whether it’s correcting congenital defects, addressing the aftermath of trauma, or managing age-related changes, these procedures offer a lifeline to those in need. They differ from cosmetic procedures in that they prioritize function and health while also often delivering aesthetic improvements.

Benefits of Reconstructive Oculofacial Surgery

Our patients benefit from oculofacial reconstructive procedures in numerous ways:

  • Functional Restoration – These procedures can correct functional issues like eyelid malpositions, blocked tear ducts, and orbital disorders, enhancing patients’ vision, comfort, and overall eye health.
  • Enhanced Aesthetics – While the primary focus is function, many reconstructive procedures result in improved aesthetics, helping patients regain confidence and a more natural appearance.
  • Emotional Well-Being – Reconstructive oculoplastic surgery can alleviate the emotional toll of disfigurement, offering patients a renewed sense of self-assurance and a better quality of life.

About Dr. Sami – Eyelid Surgery in Houston

Dr. Sami is a distinguished Houston oculofacial surgeon with an excellent track record. With years of experience, she has successfully helped numerous patients regain their health, confidence, and quality of life. Dr. Sami’s commitment to staying at the forefront of medical advancements in oculofacial reconstructive procedures ensures that patients receive the highest level of care and expertise.

At Houston Oculofacial Plastic Surgery, we are dedicated to delivering transformative results and improving the lives of our patients through the art and science of oculofacial reconstructive surgery. If you or a loved one are in need of these specialized services, don’t hesitate to reach out and take the first step toward a brighter, more confident future.


What conditions can be treated with oculofacial reconstructive surgery?

Oculofacial reconstructive procedures can address a wide range of conditions, including eyelid malpositions, orbital tumors, trauma-related injuries, and tear duct disorders.


How long is the recovery period after these procedures?

Recovery times vary depending on the specific procedure and the patient’s individual characteristics. Your surgeon will provide detailed post-operative instructions to guide your recovery.


Are reconstructive oculoplastic procedures covered by insurance?

In many cases, insurance may cover the cost of these procedures, especially when they are performed to address functional issues. We can assist you in navigating the insurance process.