What Happens During An
Eye Removal Surgery in Rochester?
This is a surgical procedure performed in a sterile operating room. Typically, general anesthesia is used. Dr.Whipple will inject anesthesia prior to the eye removal surgery reassuring that no pain will be felt within the eye region. A common concern is that the area will hurt, but most patients only report signs of a headache and some nausea during the first two days after an eye removal surgery. Patients are given a small bandage to wear for the time after the surgery to combat headaches. Dr. Whipple ensures that the surgery will be performed smoothly and with ease.
You’re In Good Hands
If you are faced with an eye removal surgery in Rochester, be sure to consult with Dr. Whipple first for a complete evaluation and expert advice, solutions, and care. She is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and holds a specialty board certification from the American Board of Ophthalmic and Plastic Reconstructive Surgeons. She delivers expert care and precision during her procedures to ensure safety and optimal results.