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An orbital tumor is an abnormal growth that forms around the eye socket that needs to be examined. Because it’s such a small and sensitive space, even tiny growths in the orbital area can be extremely problematic and require medical attention. The sooner an orbital tumor is looked at, the less likely it will be to cause damage to the area.

The doctors at Eyesthetica routinely perform surgery on eyelid growths ranging from small benign moles to large skin cancers, and have extensive experience reconstructing the eyelids and surrounding facial structures. In all eyelid surgeries, the goal is to minimize scarring and preserve the function of the eyelids so as to protect the eye. In addition to removing and diagnosing potentially dangerous lesions, our doctors will prioritize maximizing your cosmetic appearance.

An orbital tumor is an abnormal growth that forms around the eye socket that needs to be examined. Because it’s such a small and sensitive space, even tiny growths in the orbital area can be extremely problematic and require medical attention. The sooner an orbital tumor is looked at, the less likely it will be to cause damage to the area.

The doctors at Eyesthetica routinely perform surgery on eyelid growths ranging from small benign moles to large skin cancers, and have extensive experience reconstructing the eyelids and surrounding facial structures. In all eyelid surgeries, the goal is to minimize scarring and preserve the function of the eyelids so as to protect the eye. In addition to removing and diagnosing potentially dangerous lesions, our doctors will prioritize maximizing your cosmetic appearance.

Orbital Tumor Treatment

Who Should I Trust for My Orbital Tumor Treatment?

The eyelids and surrounding facial features are delicate structures that require special care and consideration. The doctors at Eyesthetica are all certified members of the American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS), signifying that they have specialized training not only in the eyelids and face, but also in the treatment and prevention of disease of the eyes. This special training allows our doctors to safely remove eyelid lesions while minimizing risks of vision loss or cosmetic deformity.

Orbital tumor treatment, removal, and reconstruction are usually covered by insurance and can be performed in an outpatient setting. If you have a bothersome bump or suspicious growth around your eyelids, don’t let this tumor get out of control. Schedule an appointment with one of our skilled doctors for an evaluation and to learn more.

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Testimonials

Patient Testimonial

I had to have a 3/4″ cancerous melanoma removed from just above and to the right of my right eye. After consulting and visiting two other surgeons specializing in eye reconstruction, I decided to move ahead with my procedure with Dr. David Samimi at Eyesthetica. His patient manner, obvious skill and experience, and other recommendations made my choice much easier. And I couldn’t be happier with the results! In fact, a number of individuals have commented that they couldn’t detect any scarring or other visual signs of the surgery. I would highly recommend Dr. Samimi — everything turned out beyond my expectations.

Patient Testimonial

Dr Samimi is incredible. Our son was very recross to have a growth removed from his eye and Dr. Samimi was incredible with him – set him at ease and made the procedure smooth and fast. Very grateful.