Asymmetry of the eyes and orbit are extremely common and
when looked at closely, most people have some asymmetry. In your case, asymmetry is present
although it’s relatively minor.
I would not recommend treatment for this type of mild
deformity because of the risk benefit ratio. When the potential for improvement
relative to the complication rate is minimal, this is not a risk worth taking.
There are a variety of causes of orbital asymmetry. It may be related to the boney orbit,
the eyelid, or the brow itself. In
most cases of mild asymmetry, there is some asymmetry of the bones surrounding
the eye. This cannot be treated
without major surgery. If you
continue to have concerns about your asymmetry, it would be appropriate to
consult a board certified plastic surgeon.