A surgical technique for reconstruction after subtotal orbital exenteration uses an autogenous dermis-fat graft. A musculocutaneous flap is advanced over the graft to provide the anterior vascular supply for the free dermis-fat graft. The periorbita and remaining orbital tissue provide the vascular supply posteriorly. This technique eliminates extensive skin grafting and delayed spontaneous healing. Wound healing is rapid and surgical morbidity is minimized. We have used this procedure in three patients with sebaceous gland adenocarcinoma, two patients with severe posttraumatic contracted sockets, and as a palliative procedure in one patient with a fungating choroidal melanoma and widespread metastasis.