Skin tags/moles around the eyes can be safely removed with Radiosurgery

Left lower eyelid mass removed by radiosurgery, with no scar, and complete preservation of lashes.

A naevus (mole) at the eyelid margin treated with 'shave' biopsy using radiofrequency.

Papillomas around the eyes heal when when left to heal without any stitches. Simple ointment application for 7-10 days causes complete healing.

Slightly larger tumors may require complete removal of that part of the eyelid (Pentagon excision), which heals well with good results and intact lashes.

Large pigmented divided naevus of the eyelid treated with cosmetic surgery