Thank you for posting your question. You have ptosis (droopy eyelid) which can be corrected by an Oculoplastic Surgeon. Make an appointment for comprehensive evaluation.
There is no substitute for a personal consultation.
You certainly have bilateral upper eyelid ptosis. You have some lower eyelid issues. However, you do not appear to have lower eyelid retraction. On examination, it may be that you have lateral canthal dysinsertion. Because your concerns are a mismatch for what is evident in your photographs, it may be that you also suffer from some form of body dysmorphic disorder. I recommend that you look for a very experienced aesthetically oriented oculoplastic surgeon for consultation and see where that takes you.
Thank you for your question. Eyelid asymmetry is often a very subtle thing. Your most recent photographs show a definite improvement over time and I would not recommend any surgery to change things.
However, subtle improvement can be accomplished with precise use of Botox . To see if this is possible in your case , you need a history and physical exam with a close review of standardized photographs taken by a plastic surgeon.
Best of luck,
Eyelid droopiness often is the consequence of dysfunction of the muscles that lift the eyelids (there are 2 muscles within the thickness of each upper eyelid). This condition can often be corrected with a simple procedure which shortens the muscles. Rarely, this surgery can be slightly more involved. You may want to consult a plastic surgeon who has experience performing this surgery in your area. If you are unable to find someone close by you can consult one of us who performs this surgery routinely through Skype or FaceTime and travel outside of your area only once to have the surgery.