The orbit of your eye is a relatively small area yet is quite complex with the structures of your eyeball, muscles, fat, blood vessels, nerves, glands, and connective tissues. The orbit is essential to your vision because it protects your eye structures. Even the smallest orbital tumors have a significant impact on your vision and eye function because space is so limited, yet the tiny size of some orbital tumors mean that you need a qualified specialist to locate them.
Am I a Candidate for Orbital Tumor Treatment?
Determining if you are a candidate for orbital tumor treatment depends greatly on proper diagnosis of the tumor. In addition to a thorough examination, Dr. Hormozi may recommend additional tests, such as blood tests, imaging, and biopsy. Treatment is most effective when orbital tumors are diagnosed in the early stages.
What Is the Treatment for Orbital Tumors?
Treatment for orbital tumors varies by patient. Your treatment may include surgery, medications, and a range of other treatments that are tailored to your case. Dr. Hormozi discusses your options and helps you make the best possible choice for treatment.
What Is the Recovery After Treatment?
Dr. Hormozi discusses your post-treatment care prior to initiating treatment.If surgery is recommended for your treatment of orbital tumors, your vision and eye function are closely monitored after your procedure. Dr. Hormozi will also schedule regular follow-up appointments to monitor your progress. As you heal from surgery, you may experience some discomfort and Dr. Hormozi may prescribe pain medications. Some of these medications may cause nausea and vomiting, and you should report these side effects to Dr. Hormozi immediately.
How Much Does Orbital Tumor Treatment Cost?
Orbital tumor treatment costs vary by patient, depending on the types of treatments that are recommended by Dr. Hormozi. Your insurance company may pay for the cost of treatment for your orbital tumor. For cosmetic cases we offer FREE private consultations.