How do I correct eyes that are glaringly assymetrial and slanted and appear smaller after lower Bleph?
I am 56 years old, I had a lower bleph for hollow eyes a year ago, I had to have one eye redone about 6 months ago. At that time I had a brow lift to correct brow symetry. I now appear to have smaller eyes that slat upwants. And the eye that I had redone due to a swelling or lump under eye appears glaringly smaller than the other one. What type of Dr. do I see to see if this can be corrected. My ps does not see the problem.
Doctor Answers 3
See an oculoplastic surgeon for evaluation. They specialize in plastic surgery around the eyes. You can find one by visiting the asoprs.org website.
It is impossible to may a suggestion as to what you might need since you didn't include photos. So make an appt. with someone to evaluate your eyelids.
Roccodog, number one you will have to wait a year before anyone will consider any revision work. I would see 3 facial aesthetic specialists and see what opinions you get. Good luck!
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