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Kim, 52, hates the bumps that form around her eyes and on her cheeks. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon explains how to get ...
rid of them.
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How to Get Rid of Facial Bumps
Male1: Bumps, slumps and other weird things that may appear on your skin that’s what we’re covering today. And joining us now by phone from West Bloomfield, Michigan is Kim. And I believe Kim you have a question for Doctor Orton.
Kim: I have these bumps on my eyes and cheeks and they’ve been there for about six years or more. I've been through several doctors and have not received a cure yet. Will you please help me with this condition?
Male2: Now, does anyone else in your family have anything like this?
Kim: Yes. It started with my dad and his parents had it. And a few of my sisters and brothers and now nieces and nephews also have it around the eyes. I'm the only to have it on the cheeks.
Male2: Okay, so there is something else going on the cheeks. So let's take a look at that. Well, you know, I know looking at these things exactly what you have. We've talked about it. Did anywhere you have a gland, you can form a cyst. So around the eyelid what you have is a cyst that’s forming from the sweat glands that we have around your eyelids. And there's a name for it, it’s called apocrine hydro cyst adenitis and it’s a benign cyst that can be remove simply with a small incision removing the sac, removing that cyst and that should be the end of it.
Now the brown spots, black spots you have on your face very common in darker skinned individuals. It’s called DPN. It’s a benign growth. There are not moles. There are not going to lead to cancer. Those again are treated with what we called Diolite laser or fractional CO2 laser. I would pre-treat your skin first and that should take care of the problem.
Kim: Okay. What about new ones that forma like new ones are forming? Well, would that something that happens all the time?
Male2: You seem to have these in one spot, so I would treat the ones in that spot. Sure, there's a chance you may get more because your body is pre-dispose of doing that. But I think we take care of the ones on your cheek. You’ll be done with the problem.
Male2: So good luck to you and those are your diagnosis and good doctors in Michigan.
Kim: Thank you.
Male1: Best of luck to you Kim. Thank you for joining us.