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What To Do If Tiny Bumps Form After Eyelid Surgery

08 Jun

Sometimes tiny bumps the size of a grain of rice can form at the incision sites after eyelid surgery. In the first 2 weeks the routine post operative swelling can give the impression of small lumps. Fortunately this will resolve. If your surgeon uses a particular type of suture or leaves the suture too long small lumps can form. Rest assured this is common and they can be treated. There are different reasons why these bumps form which means there are different methods of treatment. The SlideShare in this blog will take you through the different types of lumps and what can be done to get rid of them. 

 
Eyelid surgery is an operation that has to be designed and performed with precision, accuracy and meticulous attention to detail. Chosing the right specialist plastic surgeon in Sydney is the most important step.  If you have any questions about eyelid surgery but are not yet ready to commit to a one on one consultation, I invite you to come along to one of my free information evenings. Click on the button below to learn more about what to expect from the evening and register for a seat. I look forward to seeing you there. You could contact me by email or call my office on 93872110 and we will be happy help.

 

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Topics: Face Eyelids
Dr Naveen Somia MBBS, PhD, FRACS

Written by Dr Naveen Somia MBBS, PhD, FRACS

Dr. Naveen Somia is a Sydney Plastic Surgeon who listens to his patients, understands their problems and works alongside them to help achieve their aesthetic goals by applying his skills and years of experience in Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery. A published author on Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery, Naveen’s blog is aimed at helping you make the right choices and stay safe in your quest to look your personal best.