Eyelid Growth & Reconstructive Surgery in PhiladelphiaAn incisional biopsy should be performed on all suspicious eyelid growths. This eyelid growth is excised by facial plastic surgeon Dr. John Lee and sent to a pathology lab. Usually, if the result of the lab report returns as basal cell or squamous cell carcinoma (the most common skin cancers), the area biopsied is completely excised usually by a Mosh surgeon (dermatological surgeon who specializes on skin cancer removal) and Reconstructive Surgery is performed by Dr. Lee. Since eyelid reconstructive surgery can be very extensive and can spread to the organs of the eyes, this type of reconstructive surgery requires thorough understanding of the eye & eyelid anatomy. Therefore, Oculoplastic Surgeons such as Dr. Lee are the best surgeons to provide the best outcome for these patients.
Contact Us! If you are looking for a Reconstructive Eyelid Surgeon in the Philadelphia and Bryn Mawr area, please contact Dr. John Lee today at (610) 789-6701 or visit our contact us page to schedule your consultation with Dr. Lee.