Thank you for sharing your question. Your eyelids are in the correct position; however, the main problem is the hollowing out of your upper eyelids giving a "deep sulcus".Dermal fillers and fat grafting might be used to treat the hollowing. See an experienced Oculoplastic Surgeon for comprehensive for evaluation and discussion of treatment options,
Thanks for the question. It is hard to tell for sure with out an exam. But you have increased lid show, which means you can see more of your upper lid skin than you can in lost people. One of the reasons for this is you may have a dehiscence of you levator muscle. This is the muscle that helps keep your eyes open. A dehiscence is when it is disrupted and it falls a little. This can be repaired surgically. It is best to be evaluated by a board certified plastic surgeon to figure out the next best course of action.
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