Oculoplastic Surgery Consultations in Central Texas

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Addressing Your Facial Surgery Concerns

Facial surgery can be an alarming prospect, especially in the case of oculoplastic surgeries that focus on the areas around your eyes.

Our team at Central Texas Eye Center offers consultations for several oculoplastic surgery procedures. We provide a detailed explanation of what to expect to prepare you for any surgical procedures headed your way. If you decide to go through with a procedure, we will refer you to our partner practice, TOC Eye and Face, where a board-certified surgeon or specialist can perform your surgery.

Contact us to book your consultation and learn all about our approach to oculoplastic surgery.

What Is Oculoplastic Surgery?

Oculoplastic surgery refers to surgery around your eye and facial area. Some common oculoplastic surgeries include:

  • Blepharoplasty
  • Ptosis Repair
  • Entropion or Ectropion Repair
  • Botox
  • Orbital Tumors

Oculoplastic surgery deals with a wide range of conditions that can affect the structure around your eyes, including your eyelids, eye sockets, and tear drainage systems.

Exploring Common Oculoplastic Surgeries

At Central Texas Eye Center, we provide comprehensive consultation services for a variety of common oculoplastic surgeries. Our goal is to ensure our patients are informed and prepared for surgical procedures.

Blepharoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure that repairs droopy eyelids and can involve the removal of excess skin, muscle, and fat. Due to how thin the skin is, your eyelid can be the first facial area to display signs of aging.

Eyelids that are sagging or drooping can also be dangerous and reduce peripheral vision. Blepharoplasty may be a good option for you if:

  • You have baggy or droopy upper eyelids
  • You are struggling with excess skin on the lower eyelids
  • Excess skin interferes with your peripheral vision

Book your consultation today to see if blepharoplasty is right for you.

Ptosis is the drooping of your upper eyelid over your eye and is usually caused by the aging process. Ptosis can also develop following eye surgery or injury. When the eyelid droops too much, it can cover your pupil and impair your vision.

Ptosis may signify a more serious issue, and it’s recommended that you contact our team to book a comprehensive eye exam to determine what treatment is best for you.

Entropion and ectropion are conditions that usually target your lower eyelid.

  • Entropion is when your eyelid turns in and causes your eyelashes to rub against your cornea.
  • Ectropion is when your eyelid turns out and droops away from your eye.

Both of these conditions can cause irritation and discomfort while altering your appearance. Both conditions may require surgery to adjust to avoid potential vision loss.

BOTOX® Cosmetic is a procedure to smooth and reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles.

BOTOX® is used to smooth frown and worry lines through an injection under the skin in areas surrounding the eyes, forehead, and mouth. BOTOX® is made from purified protein and temporarily prevents a muscle from moving to prevent wrinkle lines.

BOTOX® injections can also be used to treat conditions such as:

Orbital tumors are abnormal tissue growths in structures surrounding your eyes and can occur in both adults and children.

Patients may experience pain, double vision, and decreased vision when dealing with an orbital tumor. Orbital tumors are most often diagnosed and differentiated with imaging tests such as CT Scans and MRIs.

To help diagnose and manage orbital tumors, book a consultation with our team at Central Texas Eye Center today.

Providing the Support You Need

At Central Texas Eye Center, we provide comprehensive oculoplastic surgery consultations to help ensure our patients have the necessary information they need. Facial surgeries can be stressful, and our goal is to make the consultation as stress-free and informative as possible.

Book your oculoplastic surgery consultation today for more information—we look forward to seeing you!

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San Marcos

We’re right off Interstate Highway 35, not far from Chisos Street. If you have any difficulty finding us, please get in touch with our team.

  • 2430 IH 35 S. Suite 106
  • San Marcos, TX 78666

New Braunfels

Our office is located right at the intersection of North Walnut Avenue and Howard Street. Plenty of parking is available in our lot out front.

  • 1099 N. Walnut Ave.
  • New Braunfels, TX 78130


We enjoy our rural setting in Wimberley. Find us near the corner of Sabino Ranch Road and Ranch Road 12 in the Wimberley Mountain Plaza.

  • 14500 Ranch Rd. 12
  • Wimberley, TX 78676
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