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Surgical correction of the anophthalmic socket is intended to alleviate a loss and fill a void both real and perceived. Despite advances in surgical technique and material, postoperative complications continue to occur at an unacceptable rate, from 10% to 28% depending on the series. This review details the complications of the various implants and the efficacy of the proposed management of said complications. The discussion is limited to a review of literature in the past year.