Its the only possibility I believe. I recently got rimless eyeglasses no hinge kind called Silhouettes. I had a pair before and they looked a little crooked but not too noticeable the new ones have smaller more square lenses and are really cockeyed looking on my face although when I place the glasses on the table they look even, so it must be the placement of my ears right? Is there anything I can do about this situation?
One Ear is a Bit Lower then the Other Can This Be Corrected?
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With all due respect I would change the glasses not your ears even if your ears are asymmetrically located on your scalp. Any type of surgery does carry risk–I would not contemplate surgery if I were you, unless there were no other means to fix the “problem”. Best wishes.
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