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What to expect if orbital fracture surgery?
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Dr. Matheson Harris
Ophthalmology
In brief: Swelling, bruising..
Depending on the type of fracture, you may have double vision, orbital pain, swelling, bruising and eye irritation for the sutures and numbness in the face and teeth.
All of these should resolve with time, although some may be permanent, especially if present before surgery.

In brief: Swelling, bruising..
Depending on the type of fracture, you may have double vision, orbital pain, swelling, bruising and eye irritation for the sutures and numbness in the face and teeth.
All of these should resolve with time, although some may be permanent, especially if present before surgery.
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