Orbital volume augmentation for late enophthalmos using the deep lateral wall.

Orbital volume augmentation to address enophthalmos and hollowing of the superior sulcus has been described with a variety of materials and from a variety of approaches.(1-4) A common location for volume augmentation is the inferomedial orbital wall; this surface is often the one that was expanded related to orbital trauma, and it is easily accessed through hidden conjunctival or caruncular incisions.

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Orbital volume augmentation for late enophthalmos. [Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2004]