What Procedures Would I Need to Correct my Asymmetrical Face and Does Insurance Cover Anything?
What Procedures Would I Need to Correct my Asymmetrical Face and Does Insurance Cover Anything? (photo)
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Open ended question.
You definitely have right upper eyelid ptosis. However, this may or may not be your concern. The value of a personal consultation is that a surgeon can explore with you what precisely you concerns are. I see upper eyelid ptosis but that may not in fact be what your issue is. If it is upper eyelid ptosis, then yes, an oculoplastic surgeon is a good choice.
Your right eyelid levator palpebrae muscle and tendon needs specialized cosmetic and functional improvement and elevation. This type of surgery requires specialized knowledge, skill and experience by fully trained & boarded Facial Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeons.
Upper eyelid ptosis
You have right upper eyelid ptosis that needs to be corrected. I suggest you see an oculoplastic surgeon for a consultation.