I think I have always had my right eye(mostly iris and pupil)higher up the my left.you can only see half of my right eye but you can see a lot more of my left.Is their a way I can fix this? And is this a deformity?i would like to know if its easily noticeable also, (I hope I don't need surgery,btw my friends say they don't notice it until I point it out to them.thanks and please answer all these questions guys.I'm worried.
How to Fix my Asymmetric Eyes? (photo)
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Doctor Answers 5
I agree with what the other plastic surgeons have said--the asymmetry you see in the mirror is not noticeable to others. And surely the other professionals will agree with me: we see asymmetrical faces daily, most of them with more marked asymmetry than you have!
Your friends are telling you the truth. Take care not to nitpick too much, you look just fine.
Elliot Jacobs, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon
All faces are asymmetrical...that's normal
Usually, the left side of the face is larger than the right one. A little difference of size is very normal between left and right features. People never notice it.
Asymmetry of these eyes does not justify an operation.
The asymmetry of the eyelids in this photograph is extremely modest. There's no role for surgical correction.
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