What Are Eyelid & Orbital
Lesions or Cancers?
Many eyelid and conjunctival cancers go untreated because they appear so small. Even if you regularly wear sunglasses, your eyes receive a lot of sun exposure and can’t be covered by sunscreen, which is irritating to delicate eye tissue. If you see anything that looks unusual, don’t wait and hope it goes away. Have it examined immediately otherwise serious eye issues may arise.
Benefits of Our Treatment for Orbital Lesions & Cancers in Rochester
Certified Trained Professionals
The good news is some tumors do not always have to be removed. Dr. Whipple’s extensive training and education has exposed her to all types of tumors that can occur in the orbit. If you are ever concerned or diagnosed with a tumor of the orbit, Dr. Whipple has the experience, expertise, and the latest imaging and treatments to care for you. Get checked by an expert before serious issues arise.
Early Treatment Action
Eyelid & orbital lesions may not look like much, but the earlier we can identify and remove cancers on the surface of the eye, the better for the long run. Although they are rare, orbital tumors do occur and can be devastating and detrimental to your vision. When these issues arise, you will need to undergo a complete eye exam and have imaging done to fully evaluate the tumor.
Eyelid & Orbital lesions may not look like much, but the earlier we can identify and remove cancers on the surface of the eye, the better for the long run.