I do not have this naturally.
Can this asymmetry be fixed? (photo)
Doctor Answers (1)
It would have been nice if you specifically stated what was asymmetric but I appreciate that you have scleral show where the whites of your eyeball are exposed above your lower lid. You should see an plastic or oculoplastic surgeon for an evaluation and suggestions on how best to deal with that.
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