It is best to obtain in person consultation/examination. Fat grafting can be "removed" or reduced, surgically and nonsurgically. See an oculoplastic specialist for your eyes.
The final result is not evident for 6-12 months , there may be swelling. At this point I would consider venus legacy treatments. If you are unhappy after a series of these then injections with 5FU/steroid can help. Best, Dr. Emer.
While the fat grafting actually didn't change the shape of your eye, the fullness above your cheek may be increased making the eye appear smaller. There are ways to remove the fat, but this needs an in-person consultation for best evaluation. I suggest discussing your concerns with your surgeon first!
Thank you for your questions and I am sorry to hear that you are not happy with your fat grafting procedure. Fat grafting works well to put living tissue into an area that has hollowed with time. This fat will be permanent, adjusting to weight fluctuations like any other fat in your body. As far as the eyes, fat grafting can adjust hollowness and contours of the surrounding tissues, but doesn't really change the shape of your eye. The fat that was grafted is permanent, but liposuction can be used to get of this fat. I would recommend you speak with your operative surgeon and voice your concerns about your appearance to find a resolution.