Fixing my Asymmetric Eyes. Any suggestions? (photos)
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Asymmetric eyes, multiple causes
My recommendation is to see an Oculoplastics surgeon in your area. I think it is possible you had traumatic ptosis. Meaning that the trauma you had to that eye caused the muscle that opens your eyelid to partially detach. If that is the case, it would explain the higher eyelid crease and some of the difference in your brow position could be due to your body compensating for the injury.
I think the crease difference is the most notable and could be addressed by lowering the muscle insertion into your eyelid if traumatic ptosis is really the problem. The canthus is also different as you suggest and can probably be adjust in surgery. As you point out, the orbital bone itself is different between the right and left, a surgeon in consultation can tel you if it is worth pursuing anything to try to adjust it or you should concentrate on the soft tissue of the eyelid.
hope this helps!
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