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Orbital Tumors in Tampa Bay

When a tumor develops in the orbital region, it can affect your vision and cause other serious health risks. Eyelid Surgeons of Tampa Bay offers treatment for orbital tumors and other orbital problems to the residents of St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa, FL and the many others who travel to us for our expert services.

What Are Orbital Tumors and Problems?

Orbital tumors and other problems are conditions that affect the orbital region of the eyes, which is the socket in the head that holds the eyeball. Although rare, the orbits can develop tumors and other conditions that begin to infringe on the eyes and the nearby structures of the head.

Orbital tumors become noticeable when they push against the eye, causing a bulging appearance. If they continue to grow, they can cause vision loss and other severe conditions. Eyelid Surgeons of Tampa Bay offers treatment for orbital tumors and problems to help patients overcome these conditions.

Am I A Good Candidate for Orbital Treatment?

If you have been diagnosed with an orbital tumor or are experiencing any other problems in the orbits, you may be a good candidate for orbital treatment. However, the best way to determine if you are a suitable candidate for these services is to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Mohadjer.

During your consultation, Dr. Mohadjer will assess your condition in order to determine if these treatments are a good fit for you. At this point, we will be able to help you schedule your treatment or find a suitable alternative.

What is Orbital Treatment Like?

The treatment of orbital tumors are highly dependent on the type of lesion and location. Usually surgery is required to either biopsy or remove the tumor. Definitive treatment depends on the biopsy results and can include further surgery, medicines, or even radiation.

What is the Orbital Tumor Treatment Recovery Process Like?

Patients can expect swelling and bruising in the treatment area. We will provide specific recovery instructions during your consultation and before your treatment, based on your personalized treatment plan.

What Kind of Results Can I Expect from Orbital Tumor Treatment?

The goal of orbital tumor treatment is to ascertain the type of growth and develop the appropriate treatment plan, which will vary depending on your particular situation.

If you have been diagnosed with an orbital tumor or a related condition, contact us today to schedule your consultation at Eyelid Surgeons of Tampa Bay. We are proud to serve the residents of St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa, FL and around the world.