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Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery FAQs

For additional information about these and other general surgery questions, please visit our For Patients section.

If you are seeing the oculoplastic surgeon for a second opinion or revision surgery, please bring as much information as you can about your condition or previous surgical procedure, such laboratory results, imaging (CT or MRI) results, and any relevant operative reports from other surgeons. If you have had an MRI or CT of the face, brain or orbits, please bring a copy of the scan on a CD-ROM with you to your appointment (most radiology centers will be able to provide this to you).