So Im perfectly fine with my left eye, but my right is very asymmetrical. Ive already gotten botox from my doctor to make my eyebrow symmetrical to the other but I think that only fixed half the problem. The other problem was my right eyelid. Even though its slightly off/different, it makes a big difference. Im wondering if I can get a 1 time surgery that will fix my eyebrows (just as the botox fixed them, so I dont have to keep getting botox) - AND fix my asymmetrical eyelid, all in 1 surgery?
Surgery Options for my Asymmetrical Right Eye?
Doctor Answers (6)
Please post a photo.
There are many different anatomic variables that lead to eyelid asymmetry. It may be excess skin or fat, or brow position or eyelid position [ptosis]. Please provide a photo, and we can provide a better recommendation.
I believe it is necessary for you to have a face to face consultation regarding your eyelids.
I would recommend that you seek consultation from a respected eyelid surgeon in your area to answer your questions. Photos would help, but a face to face consultation is much better, especially if you have a complicated problem.
Blepharoplasty, browlift or botox
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Difficult to say
Without more information and/or pictures it is impossible to diagnose or suggest a certain procedure. I would suggest talking with a surgeon to go over options.
Best of luck to you!
I am certain that no one can answer your question based on the supplied information.
Perhaps you might consider reposting the question with your photos. There are many different causes for eyelid asymmetry without at least a photograph, it is very difficult to answer this type of question.
Limited incision brow lift for improved symmtery
Would need to review a photo to determine if surgery is an option for your. There are limited incision brow lifts that can be done and these may help you achieve a greater degree of symmetry.
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