One eye bigger than other; what do I do? (Photos)
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Facial Asymmetry Is The Rule Rather Than the Exception
It is rare for patient's facial features to be symmetric. The eye shape and size is dictated by a number of variables including the size of the bony orbit, fat, muscle pull/size and surrounding structures. Asymmetry is also the rule for the cheeks, the jawline, the chin and the nose. Perfect symmetry is not a prerequisite for beauty. Of course some asymmetries can be abnormal or extreme due to development, trauma or disease. In those cases, plastic surgery can certainly help to improve symmetry when it is warranted. In your case, your eyes are perfectly normal and there is really nothing that can be "fixed".
We all have a little asymmetry
You have beautiful eyes and each smiles a little differently. The volume of the eye sockets can be the reason in your case, or a stronger muscle on one side. A touch of Botox could be tried in the lower eyelid muscle on the side that seems smaller when you smile. Try that and see if you like the difference. Good luck!
Everyone has some facial asymmetry, but many patients notice more in their eyes than anywhere else. I do not think that you need surgery.
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