The second volume of Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery follows in the fine tradition of this exceptional series. Significant advances continue to be made within this subspecialty and are well represented in this new volume. Readers are offered a review of many interesting subjects in much greater detail than can be covered in the usual journal format. In-depth reviews of orbital disorders such as capillary hemangiomas and venolymphatic malformations are presented, offering new strategies in diagnosis and management. Other orbital chapters include: Dermis fat implants; Orbital volume augmentation with expander seeds with a minimally invasive approaches; Surgical rehabilitation of the exenterated socket; New immunologic concepts in the diagnosis and management of thyroid ophthalmopathy. Eyelid disorders are reviewed discussing subjects such as: Repair of ectropion and entropion: transconjunctival surgery of the lower eyelid retractors; Current concepts in Mohs excision and reconstruction for eyelid and canthal tumors. Chapters on recent developments in the diagnosis and management of lacrimal disorders are presented, including salivary gland transposition for severe dry eye and lacrimal stenosis. With the increasing interest in cosmetic facial surgery, various topics related to this field are highlighted including: Rejuvenation of the aging face; Facial sculpting with injectable filler materials; Mechanical and chemical facial peels. As with the previous volume, the presentation of the latest concepts and management techniques in the field of oculofacial plastic surgery will prove to be a valuable resource for both the comprehensive ophthalmologist as well as subspecialists with a particular interest in disorders of the orbit, eyelids, lacrimal system, and other facial structures.