The Dean McGee Eye Institute’s Oculoplastics Service manages both child and adult patients with a specific focus in three areas around the eye: surgery of the eyelids and mid-face, surgery of the lacrimal system (tear drain), and surgery of the orbit (the bony eye socket) and its contents. Our surgeons offer both medically necessary and cosmetic surgical services and frequently blend both perspectives.

Our Doctors:

Annie Moreau, MD, FACS

Associate Professor

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Types of Functional Surgery

 

Eyelid Surgery

Lacrimal surgery
  • Tear duct blockage and bypass
  • Tear gland tumors
Orbital surgery
  • Orbital fractures
  • Orbital decompression for thyroid eye disease
  • Tumors of the orbit
  • Removal of the eye and artificial eye reconstruction
  • Anterior skull base surgery with the neurosurgical team at OU

Types of Aesthetic Surgery Offered

  • Minimally invasive and small-incision eyelid, forehead, and mid-face surgery
  • Combined functional and aesthetic surgery
  • Botox injections for reducing wrinkles and furrows
  • Secondary aesthetic surgery for patients seeking improvement of results of prior surgery

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