Initially there were two major surgeries that Dr. Pawar needed to do, however due to my unexpected recovery from the first surgery, the second surgery was cancelled.
The first surgery involved putting plates below my right orbital socket, in order to prevent noticeable scarring, Dr. Pawar performed the surgery from inside of my mouth.
The second surgery would have also been a facial reconstructive surgery with two goals in mind. The first one was to repair the skull where CSF fluid may have been leaking, and the second goal was to repair the top of the right orbital socket, which due to a break is holding my right eye down a little bit, causing double vision. Due to the unexpected ceasing of the CSF leak, the surgery was ultimately cancelled, and we decided that it would be best to repair the double vision using prism lenses rather than breaking open my skull, and working around the brain.