They include benign lesions such as skin tags (papillomas), benign intradermal naevi, xanthalasma, warts and moles. More sinister causes such as small skin cancers can also present in the peri-ocular region and therefore it is important to be assessed checked by a specialist to exclude these diagnoses. Particular worrying signs are bleeding, increasing size and pigmentary change.

Once the underlying diagnosis has been confirmed, eyelid lumps and bumps can usually be easily removed by surgical excision and biopsy. Due to the proximity to the eye, careful excision and reconstruction is necessary to maintain eyelid function and optimise the aesthetic result. The lesion will always be sent to histology for analysis and diagnostic confirmation.

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Ophthalmic Gallery

Blepharitis

Blepharitis - Blepharitis on a patient.

Chalazion

Chalazion - Chalazion on a patient.

Dry Eye

Dry Eye - Drye Eye on a patient.

Entropion/Ectropion

Ectropion - Ectropion on a patient.

Entropion - Entropion on a patient.

Eyelid Lumps & Bumps

BCC Nodular - Nodular basal cell carcinoma (BCC) on eyelid.

Cyst of Moll - Cyst of Moll on a patient.

Cyst of Zeis - Cyst of Zeis on a patient.

Milia - Milia on a patient.

Eyelid naevus - Eyelid naevus on a patient.

What to expect

Free Consultation with one of our Patient Advisors

We offer a free, no-obligation 30-60 minute consultation with one of our Patient Advisors. They will work with you to understand your objectives and the results you want to achieve, talk you through the procedure and answer any questions you may have. If you decide that you would like to proceed to the next step and see a surgeon, your Patient Advisor will be happy to arrange this for you. At this point, you will be required to pay a consultation fee. 

Surgical Consultation

The next step is for you to meet your chosen surgeon at the Cadogan Clinic. Your surgeon will use this time to make a comprehensive medical assessment of you, your condition, and your expectations before making a recommendation and personalised treatment plan for you. You will then discuss the outcomes you can expect to see and ask any questions.

The Procedure

On the day of your procedure you will be welcomed at the Cadogan Clinic by your Patient Advisor and dedicated nursing staff. Following a brief medical check, you will meet with both your surgeon and anaesthetist to run through the details of your procedure one final time and answer any last questions you may have.  

Recovery

After the procedure, you will recover in the capable hands of our aftercare team. As we are a day-case facility you can expect your recovery to be complete within 2 to 3 hours. If your surgeon is happy with your results, you will be able to be discharged from the Clinic the very same day. In some cases patients may wish to stay locally in our exclusive partner hotel the day before or after your procedure in order to be close to their surgeon. Talk to us about these options if this is for you. 

After Care & Support

Our care and support continues in the days and weeks following your procedure with our complimentary aftercare programme. This comprised of a series of appointments made with your surgeon and nursing team to monitor your progress and recovery. They will also introduce you to several scar minimization techniques and bespoke products to aid your progress. Our team are also on call to answer any questions you have around your surgery at any time you are concerned.

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