PORTFOLIO

BEFORE SURGERY

AFTER SURGERY

Left Forehead Lipoma
This benign tumour that was completely removed with excellent healing
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Apocrine Hydrocystoma
This benign tumour of apocrine gland, which interfered with eyelid closure, was completely removed
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Multible eyelid lacerations
Before Surgery - This occurred during an accidental fall. Both eyelids & tear ducts were involved and torn. After Surgery - All tears & tear ducts were meticulously repaired
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Fibroepithelial Polyp & Seborrhoeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - The polyp (Left Corner) & Seb Keratosis (Right Corner). After Surgery - benign tumours were successfully removed
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Recurrent Ingrowing Eyelashes
Before Surgery - Abnormal lashes are located in the outer corner of the left lower lid next to a yellowish blocked oil gland. After Surgery - Lashes successfully treated with no recurrence
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Congenital Ptosis
Before Surgery - Droopy closing upper eyelids since birth. Eyebrows are elevated to try to keep the eye open. After surgery - Successfully treated with both eyebrows & eyelids back to a normal position
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Ptosis - Adult onset
Before Surgery - Droopy upper eyelid extending to the pupil & interfering with vision. After Surgery (10 days later) - Eyelid in a higher more normal position
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Left Upper Lid Epidermoid Cyst
This benign cystic tumour of the left eye brow was completely removed
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Basal Cell Carcinoma - Infiltrative Type
Before Surgery - This cancerous tumour (left lower lid), if left untreated can infiltrate deeper into the skin and surrounding tissues. After Surgery - This was completely removed with confirmed clear margins and the eyelid reconstructed
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Lash Ptosis
Before Surgery - The upper outer lashes are turned downward and inward rubbing the eye. After surgery - they are in a normal position
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Brow Ptosis & Dermatochalasis - Secondary
Before Surgery - Heavy droopy upper eyelid skin impinging on the eyelashes. This was due to drooping of the eyebrow in the outer (temple) region. After Surgery - A brow lift was done. Both eyebrows, eyelids and lashes are now in a better position
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Seborrhoeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - This benign tumour was impinging on the right lower eyelid margin & eyeball surface. It required complete removal. After Surgery - Good healing with no recurrence
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Left lower lid Entropion
Before Surgery - Left inward rolling eyelid such that all the eyelashes are rubbing on the eyeball and causing significant discomfort. After Surgery - the eyelashes & lid are in a normal position
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Apocrine Hydrocystoma
Before Surgery - This apocrine gland (sweat gland) benign tumour was impinging on the tear duct opening (punctum). After Surgery - Completely removed leaving the tear duct opening (Punctum) intact
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Ectropion & Seborroeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - The outward turning eyelid (Ectropion) is sore and red and there is a benign tumour (Seb.K). After Surgery - Tumour removed and eyelid repaired & in a normal position
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Dermatochalasis - Primary
Before Surgery - Excess upper eyelid skin impinging on the outer field of vision. After Surgery - The excess skin was removed (Blepharoplasty) to leave a natural look
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Giant Schwanomma
Before Surgery - This large tumour weighing down the upper lid significantly as well as pulling the eyebrow forward was thankfully benign. It was a tumour derived from nerve tissue. After Surgery - The eyelid and eyebrow are in a normal position.
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Please do not assume that you have any of these conditions because your problem looks similar. If you have any eye problems or eye/eyelid lumps, you must consult an Optometrist, GP or Eye Doctor (Ophthalmologist).

BEFORE SURGERY

AFTER SURGERY

Left Forehead Lipoma
This benign tumour that was completely removed with excellent healing
Click Here
Apocrine Hydrocystoma
This benign tumour of apocrine gland, which interfered with eyelid closure, was completely removed
Click Here
Multible eyelid lacerations
Before Surgery - This occurred during an accidental fall. Both eyelids & tear ducts were involved and torn. After Surgery - All tears & tear ducts were meticulously repaired
Click Here
Fibroepithelial Polyp & Seborrhoeic Keratosis
Before Surgery -The polyp (Left Corner) & Seb Keratosis (Right Corner) benign tumours were successfully removed
Click Here
Recurrent Ingrowing Eyelashes
Located in the outer corner of the left lower lid next to a yellowish blocked oil gland - successfully treated
Click Here
Congenital Ptosis
Droopy closing upper eyelids since birth. Eyebrows are elevated to try to keep the eye open. Successfully treated with eyebrows back to a normal position
Click Here
Ptosis - Adult onset
Before Surgery - Droopy upper eyelid extending to the pupil & interfering with vision. After Surgery (10 days later) - Eyelid in a higher more normal position
Click Here
Left Upper Lid Epidermoid Cyst
This benign cystic tumour of the eye brow was completely removed
Click Here
Basal Cell Carcinoma - Infiltrative Type
Before Surgery - This cancerous tumour (left lower lid), if left untreated can infiltrate deeper into the skin and surrounding tissues. After Surgery - This was completely removed with confirmed clear margins and the eyelid reconstructed
Click Here
Lash Ptosis
Before Surgery - The upper outer lashes are turned downward and inward rubbing the eye. After surgery - they are in a normal position
Click Here
Brow Ptosis & Dermatochalasis - Secondary
Before Surgery - Heavy droopy upper eyelid skin impinging on the eyelashes. This was due to drooping of the eyebrow in the outer (temple) region. After Surgery - A brow lift was done. Both eyebrows, eyelids and lashes are now in a better position
Click Here
Seborrhoeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - This benign tumour was impinging on the right lower eyelid margin & eyeball surface. It required complete removal. After Surgery - Good healing with no recurrence
Click Here
Left lower lid Entropion
Before Surgery - Left inward rolling eyelid such that all the eyelashes are rubbing on the eyeball and causing significant discomfort. After Surgery - the eyelashes & lid are in a normal position
Click Here
Apocrine Hydrocystoma
Before Surgery - This apocrine gland (sweat gland) benign tumour was impinging on the tear duct opening (punctum). After Surgery - Completely removed leaving the tear duct opening (Punctum) intact
Click Here
Ectropion & Seborroeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - The outward turning eyelid (Ectropion) is sore and red and there is a benign tumour (Seb.K). After Surgery - Tumour removed and eyelid repaired & in a normal position
Click Here
Dermatochalasis - Primary
Before Surgery - Excess upper eyelid skin impinging on the outer field of vision. After Surgery - The excess skin was removed (Blepharoplasty) to leave a natural look
Click Here
Giant Schwanomma
Before Surgery - This large tumour weighing down the upper lid significantly as well as pulling the eyebrow forward was thankfully benign. It was a tumour derived from nerve tissue. After Surgery - The eyelid and eyebrow are in a normal position.
Click Here
Previous
Next
Please do not assume that you have any of these conditions because your problem looks similar. If you have any eye problems or eye/eyelid lumps, you must consult an eye doctor.an Optometrist, GP or Eye Doctor (Ophthalmologist).

BEFORE SURGERY

Left Forehead Lipoma
This benign tumour that was completely removed with excellent healing
Click Here
Apocrine Hydrocystoma
This benign tumour of apocrine gland, which interfered with eyelid closure, was completely removed
Click Here
Multible eyelid lacerations
Before Surgery - This occurred during an accidental fall. Both eyelids & tear ducts were involved and torn. After Surgery - All tears & tear ducts were meticulously repaired
Click Here
Fibroepithelial Polyp & Seborrhoeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - The polyp (Left Corner) & Seb Keratosis (Right Corner). After Surgery - benign tumours were successfully removed
Click Here
Recurrent Ingrowing Eyelashes
Before Surgery - Abnormal lashes are located in the outer corner of the left lower lid next to a yellowish blocked oil gland. After Surgery - Lashes successfully treated with no recurrence
Click Here
Congenital Ptosis
Before Surgery - Droopy closing upper eyelids since birth. Eyebrows are elevated to try to keep the eye open. After surgery - Successfully treated with both eyebrows & eyelids back to a normal position
Click Here
Ptosis - Adult onset
Before Surgery - Droopy upper eyelid extending to the pupil & interfering with vision. After Surgery (10 days later) - Eyelid in a higher more normal position
Click Here
Left Upper Lid Epidermoid Cyst
This benign cystic tumour of the left eye brow was completely removed
Click Here
Basal Cell Carcinoma - Infiltrative
Before Surgery - This cancerous tumour (left lower lid), if left untreated can infiltrate deeper into the skin and surrounding tissues. After Surgery - This was completely removed with confirmed clear margins and the eyelid reconstructed
Click Here
Lash Ptosis
Before Surgery - The upper outer lashes are turned downward and inward rubbing the eye. After surgery - they are in a normal position
Click Here
Brow Ptosis & Dermatochalasis
Before Surgery - Heavy droopy upper eyelid skin impinging on the eyelashes. This was due to drooping of the eyebrow in the outer (temple) region. After Surgery - A brow lift was done. Both eyebrows, eyelids and lashes are now in a better position
Click Here
Seborrhoeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - This benign tumour was impinging on the right lower eyelid margin & eyeball surface. It required complete removal. After Surgery - Good healing with no recurrence
Click Here
Left lower lid Entropion
Before Surgery - Left inward rolling eyelid. All the eyelashes are rubbing on the eyeball and causing significant discomfort. After Surgery - the eyelashes & lid are in a normal position
Click Here
Apocrine Hydrocystoma
Before Surgery - This apocrine gland (sweat gland) benign tumour was impinging on the tear duct opening (punctum). After Surgery - Completely removed leaving the tear duct opening (Punctum) intact
Click Here
Ectropion & Seborroeic Keratosis
Before Surgery - The outward turning eyelid (Ectropion) is sore and red and there is a benign tumour (Seb.K). After Surgery - Tumour removed and eyelid repaired & in a normal position
Click Here
Dermatochalasis - Primary
Before Surgery - Excess upper eyelid skin impinging on the outer field of vision. After Surgery - The excess skin was removed (Blepharoplasty) to leave a natural look
Click Here
Giant Schwanomma
Before Surgery - This large tumour weighing down the upper lid significantly as well as pulling the eyebrow forward was thankfully benign. It was a tumour derived from nerve tissue. After Surgery - The eyelid and eyebrow are in a normal position
Click Here
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AFTER SURGERY

Please do not assume that you have any of these conditions because your problem looks similar. If you have any eye problems or eye/eyelid lumps, you must consult an eye doctor.an Optometrist, GP or Eye Doctor (Ophthalmologist).