I have one eye bigger than the other; what can I do? (Photos)
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Your photo reveals ptosis on the right side. Please see an Oculoplastic surgeon in your area to evaluate and treat your ptosis - this subspecialty is the most appropriate for the intricate details of levator surgery. If this drooping has been present since birth, the levator function may not be entirely normal - another reason to see an Oculoplastic surgeon. Ptosis surgery can be done as an outpatient procedure and has minimal down time with some swelling, bruising, and activity restrictions for a week. Best wishes!
Hello, You appear to have ptosis -- a droopy eyelid. A consultation with an oculoplastic surgeon would be best to determine the best technique for your repair. Good luck!
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