Lumps and bumps can develop in the periocular area. Dr Sara Núñez Márquez has experience in treating benign and cancerous eyelid lesions.
Benign eyelid lesions, despite not representing a thread for the eye, because of their location, are often fairly visible and noticeable. If relatively large or close enough to the ocular surface, they can interfere with the normal function of the eyelid and irritate the eye itself.
Eyelid cancer often develops in the context of sun damaged skin. Histological confirmation (microscopic assessment by specialized physician) is necessary when treating malignant eyelid lesions. Most patients undergoing eyelid cancer surgery will require some type of reconstructive work at some point. Reconstruction of this very unique anatomical area requires expertise and specialized training