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Tru Skin Dermatology
3500 Jefferson Street
Suite 200
Austin, TX 78731

3811 Turtle Creek Blvd
Suite 200
Dallas, TX 75219

Eyelid Bumps

Eyelid BumpsLesion removal

Small elevated areas can develop on the eyelid skin due to various reasons. The pathology can range from benign skin tags and pigmented / non-pigmented moles to more concerning pre-cancerous and cancerous lesions. The most common eyelid cancer, basal cell carcinoma, is often identified on the lower eyelid as a round, pink, pearly lesion. Patients with Caucasian background, fair skin, light-colored hair, and increased sun exposure are at particular risk for basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma.

Eyelid lesions can be surgically excised with lid-sparing techniques and biopsied if suspicious for a cancerous process. The removal of potentially malignant eyelid lesions can be coordinated with a Mohs micrographic surgeon, followed by a reconstruction of the eyelid and facial tissues with your oculoplastic surgeon.

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