Eyelid Tumors, Conditions & Treatments
Advanced Treatments & Surgical Procedures
At Florida Eye Microsurgical Institute we see many cases dealing with eyelid ailments such as eyelid tumors, malignant or benign, simple skin growths, styes, chalazions and cysts. The reasons some people experience one or more of these conditions and others may never know from a single one remains somewhat of a mystery, along with why one person may have one chalazion and never experience another, and someone else may have three in a row.
Why come to Florida Eye to be diagnosed?
Like dry eye, we see eyelid concerns such as styes, chalazians, eyelid tumors and skin growths on a daily basis. We can diagnose and treat the simplest benign condition to the most difficult case, all in the comfort of our treatment rooms. Our doctors and staff will evaluate, discuss all options, and lay out a treatment plan for that patient’s particular issue.
Why choose Florida Eye doctors to treat your eyelid condition?
Dr. Jason Gorscak and Dr. Barry Schechter of Florida Eye are the Institute’s comprehensive ophthalmologic surgeons, aside from their individual specialties, and patients are in excellent hands with either one of these dedicated, board certified physicians.
Dr. Gorscak focuses on comprehensive eye care at Florida Eye, including diagnosing and treating cataract conditions, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. He also specializes in diagnosing and removing both benign and malignant tumors of the eyelids. A board certified ophthalmologist, in the several years Dr. Gorscak has been with Florida Eye he has already established himself as a caring, dedicated physician in Palm Beach County. Read more »
Dr. Gorscak, thank you thank you thank you!! The gross bump and itchiness on my lid is gone and I can wear my contacts again with no problem. Just in time for school. I know you told me some people are more susceptible than others to eyelid growths, but I hope I’m not one of them.
Dr. Schechter specializes in refractive cataract surgery, corneal transplantation, ocular surface diseases and glaucoma at Florida Eye. A board certified ophthalmologist and fellowship trained corneal transplant specialist, Dr. Schechter has been diagnosing, treating and operating in his field since 1992. Read more »
Dr. Schechter is the most patient doctor I know. I came to him for not one, but two, chalazions on the same eyelid over a period of seven or eight months – all in different spots. I was freaking out when conventional treatments didn’t work and he told me I would have to have them surgically removed – both times. The procedure itself was ok, but seeing a big needle coming toward your eye was very scary. Dr. Garib and Dr. Schechter kept me calm and made me feel comfortable enough to go ahead with it – again both times, and I am thrilled with the results. No scars and no more bumps, three years later.