CPT code 68320 is utilized for the surgical excision of lacrimal gland lesions or tumors. This procedure is essential in addressing conditions affecting the lacrimal gland, a key component of the eye's tear production system. The lacrimal gland, responsible for producing tears that maintain ocular moisture, can be affected by various pathologies such as tumors or inflammatory lesions. The surgical excision outlined by CPT code 68320 involves the meticulous removal of these lesions, aiming to alleviate symptoms, preserve ocular function, and, when applicable, prevent the spread of potential malignancies. Ophthalmic surgeons perform this procedure with precision, considering the delicate nature of the eye and the critical role the lacrimal gland plays in maintaining ocular health. Proper documentation and coding with CPT 68320 are crucial for accurate billing, ensuring healthcare providers are appropriately reimbursed for their expertise in managing lacrimal gland disorders and contributing to optimal eye health outcomes.