Complex Post-traumatic deformities.
After severe facial trauma, it is not uncommon to have some asymmetries. Your right orbit (eye and eye socket) appear to be down relative to that on the left, and your right cheek tissues are also down (including the corner of your mouth). Your nose appears deviate a bit to the right. Analysis of your most recent CT scan would dictate what would be best for addressing the orbit and skeletal asymmetries (including the chin), while re-positioning for the right facial tissues is important. I would be very careful with the chin implant as it might be best to conservatively lengthen as well as project your chin. It is a complex problem and make sure that you seek opinions from surgeons who commonly deal with such problems. It may take several operations. I wish you the best of luck!
You present with a very complex history, with facial trauma, facial fractures and possibly surgery for repair. Therefore no one can give you an advise that is meaningful without examination and review of your past medical records. And understanding what is bothering you the most. Then a good advise can be given
Samir Shureih MD.FACS