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Eyelid Lumps and
Bumps Treatment

Our eyelids play a big role in our appearance, so even small things can make a big change. And these changes can affect not only how we feel about our looks, but our quality of life overall. The good news is that treating eyelid lumps and bumps in Austin is easier now than ever. In most cases, a single minor procedure is enough to get your eyelids back to their full beauty.

With cosmetic eyelid surgery, you can keep your eyelids looking their best. If you have noticed any eyelid lumps or bumps, Dr. Shah Vira is here at Texas Neuro Eye & Plastic Surgery to help you take care of them and restore your eyelid.

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What Are Eyelid Lumps and Bumps?

If you have noticed any bumps on your eyelids, the odds are we can provide fast and easy solutions. In almost all cases, these lumps are easily treated, often through light surgery. Typically, an eyelid lump will be a stye, also called a chalazion. These are bumps that form on either the upper or lower eyelid’s edge. Though they start small, they can sometimes grow if left untreated, so we recommend visiting us as soon as you notice it to take care of the problem.

Sometimes, an eyelid lump might be eyelid skin cancer. We also provide comprehensive treatment options for this type of skin cancer to restore your eyelids to their full beauty and health.

How Do I Treat Eyelid Lumps and Bumps?

Most treatments for eyelid lumps and bumps are quite light, and depend on your individual situation. Even surgical procedures are fast and tend to have short recovery periods for minor bumps. Treatments can include:

Antibiotics: Ideal for tackling infections that cause bumps to grow.
Steroid Injections: Helps reduce swelling, clearing up vision quickly.
Surgical Options: Focuses on draining bumps so they shrink and go away on their own.

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Should I Get Treatment?

In some cases, a stye may not have any symptoms other than a cosmetic effect. But even then, it can have a major impact on your life overall and how you feel about your appearance. In addition, styes often do come with symptoms and can scratch or otherwise bother your eyes.

To learn more about treating eyelid lumps and bumps at Texas Neuro Eye & Plastic Surgery, you can call us today! When you set up your consultation, you can meet one-on-one with Dr. Shah Vira and learn about how she can help you finally reach your goals with this surgery. By working closely with you, we can match you to your ideal treatment to clear up your eyelids.

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Recovery &

For non-surgical treatments, including injections, there is no downtime needed. Even for surgery for eyelid lumps and bumps, it is usually light and only requires a few days of recovery before you can get back to your daily routine. The sooner you get treatment, the lighter your treatment can be and the less recovery time will be needed. So we recommend having your eyelid examined and building a treatment plan as soon as you notice any unusual bumps or lumps.

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Call us or use our online form to get started by setting up your consultation for treating eyelid lumps and bumps in Austin, Texas. The team at Texas Neuro Eye & Plastic Surgery is here to provide you with a fully personalized experience that delivers consistent, high-quality outcomes. Contact us today to learn more about our cosmetic surgery options and how they can help you clear away any eyelid bumps, restoring your eyelids for years to come. We look forward to doing our part in bringing out the best in your eyelids.

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Dr. Ami Shah Vira

Neuro-Ophthalmology & Plastic Surgery

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