How do I get rid of chalazions permanently without surgery?

A chalazion can be. resolved most of the time with conservative treatment. Frequent warm, moist compresses followed by gentle massage can resolve them almost always.

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Is surgery the only way to get rid of a chalazion?

No. A chalazion is a plugged up oil gland in the eye lid. Hot compresses for 10 minutes at a time , 3-4 times a day can help but takes weeks to work. If you, have a large chalazion then minor surgery done usually in the office is the best treatment. Read more...
No. Initial treatment should be warm compresses with massage, then an antibiotic/steroid ointment then a steroid injection can be implamented before a surgical excision. Read more...

Is there always a bump left after a chalazion stye surgery? Will it be forever? Is there a way to get rid of it?

Discuss with surgeon. A bump could be swelling from the procedure, residual chalazion or scar. If the surgery was within the last few days, apply cool compresses. If past this time, use warm compresses. Talk to your doctor. Read more...
It will go away. There is often a temporary bump after chalazion drainage. This may be due to swelling, scar tissue, or residual chalazion. The surgery will allow the chalazia to resolve more quickly but often does not make it resolve overnight. We often prescribe a steroid ointment to help with residual swelling and scarring. You should also continue warm compresses and lid scrubs. The bump will resolve with time. Read more...