Uneven Eyes. What Can I Do? (photo)
- Asked by John in Ohio
- 1 year ago
I'm only 15 and my eyes are uneven. when i take a picture my right eye is farther up then my left one. will my eyes even out or will they stay like this?
Orbit [eye socket] asymmetry
Your photo is quite helpful, and I agree with your assessment. It is unlikely that without any intervention, things will even out.
But first things first: you need to get an evaluation by an Oculoplastics and Orbital surgeon.
In Ohio, there are some excellent Oculoplastics/Orbital surgeons. Two that come to mind are Dr Jeff Nerad and Dr. Jill Foster.
I would recommend consultation with an ASOPRS trained Oculoplastics surgeon. You can find one close to you on the ASOPRS dot org website, but the two mentioned above would be at the top of my list.
Web reference: http://seattleface.com/html/dr_amadi.php
Uneven eyes - orbits (eye sockets)
It appears that you have uneven orbits (bony eye sockets) which result in uneven eyes. It could be congenital (born with) or developmental (after birth). You should consult an orbital surgeon (or oculoplastic surgeon).
Web reference: http://www.TabanMD.com
Uneven eyes in 15 year old
Hello. And thank you for submitting the photo with your question. It is most helpful.
I agree with you. I do think the eyes appear uneven, although it is my guess that this is more noticed by you than by anyone else. However, without seeing you in person, taking a history, and doing additional tests, it is hard to give good advice about the best treatment for you. You might want to see a doctor from the ASOPRS website for the best advice for this condition. Good luck.
Web reference: http://www.kassmd.com
Recent Eyelid Surgery Reviews
Eyelid Surgery Photos
Hi John. You are correct, your right eye is set somewhat deeper than the left. This happens when the bony sockets around two eyeballs are different in size or asymmetric. Unfortunately, this is not an easy problem to correct, but there are some options which may range from corrective surgery to possibly injecting a filler material (most commonly fat) behind the depressed eyeball to make it come forward. You would need to speak with either an occuloplastic surgeon or a craniofacial specialist to discuss these options in more detail. Good luck.