The Eye Plastic, Orbital and Facial Cosmetic Surgery Service provides evaluation and treatment for pediatric and adult patients with any disorder of the eyelids and sockets, including ptosis, congenital malformations, trauma, tumors, malpositions (entropion and ectropion), blepharospasm, eyelash abnormalities, eye socket reconstruction, and other cosmetic problems. The Service offers management of problems of the tear drainage system in children and adults. The Service also offers expert management of a variety of conditions affecting the orbit, such as Graves eye disease, inflammation, fractures, and vascular malformations. Comprehensive management of orbital disorders is provided by a multidisciplinary team that may include ophthalmologists, ocularists, neuro-ophthalmologists, otolaryngologists, neurosurgeons, dermatologists, and nuclear medicine specialists.
Thyroid Eye Disease Center
This Service has initiated an expanded treatment program for patients with Graves' eye disease, also known as thyroid eye disease. Kellogg physicians provide advanced, multidisciplinary care for patients, drawing together teams of ophthalmology specialists as well as specialists from the U-M Health System. Learn more about the Thyroid Eye Disease Center.