Eyelid or Orbital Injury Home Eye & Vision Eyelid or Orbital Injury Our specialists treat a wide range of eye injuries from minor to very severe. diagnosisTreatmentCONDITIONS & SYMPTOMS Diagnosis The patient’s medical history and cause of injury greatly determine the course of action that our specialists take to treat the injury. An eye exam is conducted. Inspection and examination of any lacerations. Orbital and sensorimotor evaluations. Vision, visual function and optic nerve and retinal analyses may be performed to assess potential damage to the eye or vision. Orbital ultrasonography may be performed. CT scanning is often performed in office, if not already done. Treatment Immediate treatment should be sought for the following eye injuries: Chemical exposure Lacerations in the eyelid, eyelid margins (eyelashes) or eyeball Foreign particles that cannot be removed with gentle Solar retinopathy Surgical treatment of eyelid and orbital injuries is often helpful for restoration of normal function and appearance. Conditions and Symptoms Eyelid lacerations. Orbital fracture: Pain, double vision, eyelid swelling, upper lip numbness on side of fracture, swelling and bruising around eye. Written and reviewed by: The Pacific Neuroscience medical and editorial team We are a highly specialized team of medical professionals with extensive neurological and cranial disorder knowledge, expertise and writing experience. Last updated: August 9, 2023 icon-calendar Schedule an appointment Schedule a consultation or record review via phone or online. icon-quote Get a second opinion Learn more about your treatment options. icon-stethoscope Find a doctor Make an appointment at a center of excellence.