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Options For Fixing Bilateral Enopthalmos And Breathing Problems?
Over the years, I've suffered from breathing problems (unable to breathe out of one side of my nose and the side changes), and my eyes have become increasingly "sunken." I got hit in the face during sports during childhood so I don't know if this is relevant. It's clear that it is the orbital position, rather than simply a lack of fat. How would I go about trying to resolve this? Should I see an ear, nose, and throat doctor to look at my sinuses, or should I go to an eye specialist/surgeon?
Treating enophthalmos and breathing problems
I would strongly recommend that you see a facial plastic surgeon or an Ear, Nose and Throat surgeon.
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