Tear Duct Reconstruction

Tear duct surgery may be warranted when the tear ducts are blocked causing peripheral vision or issues with the eye such as excessive tearing. Tear duct reconstuction surgery may be required at that point to remove the blockage in the ducts. Various techniques exist to allow for alternative drainage. Oculoplastic facial surgeon Dr. Schwarcz performs dacryocystorhinostomy or DCR via surgical incisions to create a new route for drainage to occur.

If you or a loved one is struggling with tear duct issues and want to explore your options and solutions, contact our offices to schedule your consultation. Tear duct repair can bring the necessary comfort back to your eyes.

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