Yes, it is definitely possible for you to get wider or bigger eyes. From the picture, it seems like you have an epicanthal fold, also known as the Mongolian fold. This epicanthal fold is due to excess skin along the medial side, or towards the nasal side of the eye. Recent researches have shown that it is also due to excess fibrous tissue and excess superficial muscle of the eye, known as the orbicularis oculi muscle. The surgeon will be required to perform epicanthoplasty in order to make your eyes wider. Although it is possible for the surgeon to make your eyes bigger horizontally as well as vertically, according to the picture, you may not want to make your eyes bigger vertically because you seem to have a decent vertical height. Thus, increasing the height of your eyelids is not advisable because then it can give you a surprised look. Also, based on the photo, it seems that there is more of the white aspect of the eye being shown on the outer side. This indicates that even if the lateral canthoplasty, which is opening the outer side of the eye, can be done, it may not be advisable because you do not want to have too much of the white aspect of the eye showing on the outer eye relative to the inner side. Therefore, this is more of an aesthetic judgment—you need a physical exam to see how much can be opened medially towards the nose. After a thorough examination, the surgeon can then determine how much to open up on the outer side, or whether to open it at all, because it is important to maintain a natural balance relative to the medial side of the eye. The surgeon may want to open it up slightly or even more dramatically if the eyelid anatomy allows.