I have had several plastic surgeries, since l was 2 months old. What could be the best methods and the possible results for me?
What Can I Expect from Facial Reconstruction Surgery?
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Reconstruction for multiple congenital facial abnormalities.
Ideally a multispecialty team at an academic center would be of benefit to address your many craniofacial issues. From an oculoplastics standpoint, I notice you have left eye esotropia (turning in), enophthalmos (sinking in) and hypoglobus (lower than the other eye). The eyelids also have a different contour on the left than right. Focusing on the eye first would get you the best result because people look each other in the eyes when communicating, so if possible have an oculoplastic surgeon involved in your care.
Facial deformity with orbital hypertelorism
You need go to a Hospital with an active craniofacial surgery center. From your picture it appears that you have orbital hypertelorism . As you say you had surgeries since you were 6months old it was probably congenital. At least your right side looks fairly normal. So it is possible to get more symmetry by well placed osteotomies, fixation and soft tissue repositioning. These procedures need a team work of highly trained and skilled surgeons and I hope you find one. Good luck. and best wishes
Options for Facial Reconstruction
It is only possible for me to give you general information as your photo shows that you have had several sugeries on your left eye and cheek area.
You should seek a consultation with a specialist in craniofacial surgery as you may require orbital,eye socket, repositioning surgery and skin flap surgery to inprove the position of your lower eyelid and facial scars.
I am a member of a group consisting of plastic surgeons, ophthalmic plastic surgeons, and facial plastic surgeons who work as a team on these types of cases.
We do charity work and may be able to help you to come to New York City for evaluation and treatment.
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