Eyelid Skin Cancer Management

Skin Cancer of the Eyelid

Skin cancer of the eyelid is a relatively common condition that mostly results from a long history of sun exposure. Although it can often be diagnosed from its appearance, a biopsy is required to confirm the diagnosis.

How Can Eyelid Skin Cancer be Treated?

Treatment of eyelid skin cancer is best performed as a team effort during which a subspecialty dermatologist (i.e., Mohs surgeon) removes the skin cancer and Dr. Scot Sullivan repairs the resulting wound. Dr. Sullivan has an excellent working relationship with the Mohs surgeons in the Portland area, and same-day coordination can usually be arranged for the complete treatment course.

Before and After: Eyelid Reconstruction After Mohs Surgery

immediately following skin cancer removal (i.e., Mohs Surgery)

Immediately Following Skin Cancer Removal (i.e., Mohs Surgery)

following eyelid reconstruction

Following Eyelid Reconstruction

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Patient Testimonial for Dr. Sullivan

Dr. Sullivan did an excellent job on my recent procedure. I now have eyes that are not constantly red and itchy and also look good! Joanie and Sabrina eased my concerns about the procedure and made each visit to the office a real pleasure. I will certainly recommend Dr. Sullivan and his staff to anyone I know who is considering a procedure.

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To learn more about Eyelid Reconstruction after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery), schedule an appointment with Dr. Sullivan at Portland Oculoplastics. Our practice can be reached at 503-223-8333. We are located in Portland, OR.

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Scot A. Sullivan, MD

Scot A. Sullivan, MD