Looking for what can be done to fix my eyes asymmetry? (photo)
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Asymmetry in the eye area can be the result of several factors
My opinions will differ from Dr. Johnson with no disrespect intended.
What seems to be going on in both lids is the gradual development of upper eyelid ptosis. Both of your eyelid are ptotic but the right is more ptotic than the left. One can see hollowing of the right upper eyelid due to a dehiscence of the right upper eyelid levator aponeurosis. Sometimes correcting this can bring back some measure of the sulcus fullness in the eyelid. I suspect that you need to have ptosis surgery for both eyelids. I recommend consulting cosmetic oculoplastic surgeons in your area and if necessary consider visiting Los Angeles if no one makes sense where you live.
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