I have had a full face lift and laser resurfacing on my lower lids and fat removal (fat removal I feel I didn’t need). I noticed a small lump under my left eye and it feels like about the size of a pea. Not only did the lift and resurfacing casus festoons I am now concerned about the lump that is noticeable. Can you tell me what can be done if anything to either remove the lump? I need a doctor in the CT/NY area.
Developed a Cyst in my Eye Socket After Fat Removal from Lower Lids?
Doctor Answers 6
Eyelid lump following surgery
The lump that you are feeling may be from a suture that is under the skin. It is possible that it is the suture itself or scar tissue that has formed around it. Without knowing exactly what was done, it is difficult to give you much information. I would suggest contacting your surgeon with this and see what he/she says.
Have a question? Ask a doctor
Correcting cosmetic surgery
May I first express my sadness that your procedure did not turn out as you planned. May I suggest you request a copy of your operative report from your surgeon. Take this data to another surgeon in your area for an examination and second option. They most likely will be able to answer your concerns. Please consider a member of the ASAPS. They are experts in correcting cosmetic surgery that has gone badly. Best,
Gary R Culbertson, MD, FACS
Eyelid bump after surgery
See an oculoplastic surgeon for evaluation. The bump could be anything, requiring a thorough physical evaluation. Imaging (CT scan) may not be useful if small lesion.
You might also like...
Lump after lower eyelid lift and facelift
Because I do not like to speculate, I cannot provide you with a meaningful answer to your question. A pea-size nodule is significant, though.
How long ago was your surgery?
Did you have a transconjunctival eyelid lift (through the inside of the lid) or was there an incision underneath the lashes?
Your surgeon will be in the best position to easily answer your question.
Lump after Blepharoplasty
Depends how long ago your surgery was. It can be a organized blood clot, scar tissue, cyst, retained fat or other problem. It needs to be examined.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.