A 30-year-old man developed basal cell carcinoma 3 years ago which showed as a pea sized, crusted nodule with extending pigmentation and telangiectasia on the inner side of the right lower eyelid. Five stages of Mohs micrographic surgery were required for the complete eradication of all tumor cells in the lesions of the nodule and extending pigmentation. The defect following the surgery was 4.5 x 3.5 cm and was too large to repair with a primary closure or simple single flap. So, the defect was repaired with a combined flap of glabellar bilobed and cheek rotation. We report that the combined flap of glabellar bilobed and cheek rotation is a useful and relatively simple method for the reconstruction of a large defect on the inner side of the lower eyelid area.