Thank you for the question. You must be a nurse or doctor or have seen another physician who told you this might be a "Levator dehiscence". Most people would not recognize or have even heard of this terminology. There are several things which would prevent a precise discussion of how to manage this diagnosis, including the fact that your tissues are obviously still swollen, and that the ptosis visible in your picture is not only minimal, but is symmetric, and could be due only to the swelling in the lids. I would give your lids more time to heal and lose the post-operative swelling, and go back to your surgeon. If he or she agrees with this diagnosis after adequate healing time, talk about the options to treat, or seek a referral to a board-certified plastic surgeon experienced in complex eyelid procedures. Good Luck.