Texas Children’s Oculoplastic Clinic provides access to comprehensive evaluation, treatment and correction of congenital abnormalities of the eyelids, tear ducts and eye sockets for pediatric patients.
The Oculoplastic Clinic will help treat children and adolescents affected by numerous conditions and diseases, including:
- Orbital tumors and other diseases
- Lacrimal disorders
- Eyelid lesions
- Congenital facial anomalies
- Traumatic facial injuries
The clinic offers compassionate care by board certified oculoplastic surgeons with expertise in the management of complex oculoplastic disorders that affect children. These surgeons work in close coordination with pediatric specialists in ophthalmology, neurosurgery, anesthesia, and other subspecialties as needed. The Oculoplastic Clinic complements services provided by other subspecialties at Texas Children’s Hospital including plastic and craniofacial surgery, otolaryngology and interventional radiology, providing patients with the multidisciplinary approach for which Texas Children’s is known.