Below, you will find the different cases in which this technique
enables to improve the daily life of patients.

  • Simple enucleation of an eye
  • Enucleation of an eye with implant
  • Enucleation of an eye with fistula
  • Phtisical eyeball
  • Congenital phtisical eyeball
  • Eyeball with a scar on the cornea
  • Eyeball with a scar on the sclera
  • Eyeball's exenteration - no tissues or muscles in the eye cavity
  • Palpebral loss - reconstitution of a part of the eyelid
  • Palpebral epithesis
  • Perforation of the nasal wall, cancer
  • Loss of the bony walls, cancer
  • Burnt tissues because of black powder, a rocket or a grenade
  • Burnt tissues because of acid
  • Grafted tissues from dry skin or mucous membranes
  • Protection of the palpebral scars

Do not hesitate to contact us ! Even if the anatomic situation seems critical, it can always be improved.
 Section of the eye
 1. "Lifting" muscle of the upper eyelid
 2.  Sclera
 3.  Conjunctive of the eye (white part)
 4.  Tarsal plate in upper lid with
     meibomian gland
 5.  Suspensory ligament
 6.  Crystallin lense
 7.  Eyelashes
 8.  Pupil
 9.  Cornea
10. Iris
11. Ciliary process
12. Muscle of the inferior eyelid
13. Small oblique muscle
14. Vitreous body
15. Optical nerve
16. Right inferior muscle
17. Optical nerve
18. Upper right muscle
19. Fat around the eyeball
20. Tenon’s capsule
21. Retina
22. Hyaloid membrane
 Front of the eye
   1. Eyebrow
 2. Eyelashes
 3. Upper eyelid
 4. Sclera
 5. Iris
 6. Pupil