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Small white bumps on undereye skin... Unilateral and lateral to right eye... No pain, cluatered in this one area, nowhere else. Present > 10 yrs ?
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Dr. Moonyoung Chung
Ophthalmology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Milia
Sounds like milia.

In brief: Milia
Sounds like milia.
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Dr. Andrew Shatz
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Skin growths
The long duration of these bumps is a positive sign.
Depending on their size, number, whether they are elevated or appear to be under the surface of the skin, they can be skin tags, milia or clogged oil glands, to name a few. As long as there is no redness, tenderness or change in their size and shape, they are likely benign. It would be best to have a dermatologist take a look at them.

In brief: Skin growths
The long duration of these bumps is a positive sign.
Depending on their size, number, whether they are elevated or appear to be under the surface of the skin, they can be skin tags, milia or clogged oil glands, to name a few. As long as there is no redness, tenderness or change in their size and shape, they are likely benign. It would be best to have a dermatologist take a look at them.
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