Still sunken eye after delayed orbital floor fracture surgery. Will it improve in time? (photos)
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Exophtalmous following surgery
Exophthalmous following orbital floor fracture is not uncommon and caused by the orbital volume reduced following placement of orbital plate or from scarring/welling that has filled out your orbital volume. You should be patient and give at least one to three months for the swelling to go away.
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