Hi, I'm 16 years old and my eyes are very Deep Set. Besides this they're also Close Set and Small! They're drowning in my face and i don't like it at all, because it makes me feel insecure. What kind of surgery(s) might be suitable for this issues? I also want to emphasize that I'm not afraid to undergo ''High Risk Operations'', as long as they can be beneficial for this issues.
What Kind of Surgery Will Help for Deep and Close Set + Small Eyes?
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Surgery for deep and close set eyes
It truly is impossible for I, or anyone on this forum, to provide recommendations without seeing you. Please resubmit your question with photographs. Good luck!
Discuss with parents
Your issues are likely more related to your perception of what you see, rather than what the anatomy really looks like. As Dr. Steinsapir has mentioned, having a discussion with your parents and/or your pediatrician is an excellent place to start.
At 16 years Old You Are Still Developing Physically and Growing Psycologicly
It is not possible to give you proper aesthetic advice without seeing pictures. That being said, at 16 years old, your body and mind are still developing. You face, eyes and mindset are going to change dramatically over the next 10 years. Unless you are having vision problems, I would not recommend aesthetic changes to your eyes at this time.
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At age 16, it is hard to understand the relative risk of these surgeries.
I strongly recommend discussing your feelings with your family. If it makes sense, these concerns can be discussed with your pediatrician. If it is appropriate, this type of work is performed by craniofacial surgeons who typically are university based. Ethical plastic surgeons will be concerned that you appearance is truly an issue and your concerns do not arise from some type of psychological disturbance like body dysmorphic disorder.
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