You need forehead and brow lift in addition to upper blepheroplasty
There is nothing unusual in your situation. Your forehead is drooping and that is what is causing the issues noted by you. Facial hormony is more important than isolated single issues. Frankly you should have forehead lift, facelift and neck lift along with another blepheroplasty to have a total rejuvenation. Seek out a trained plastic surgeon who focuses on human beauty.
You have an ectropion of the right lower lid. There are many excellent oculoplastic surgeons in texas - in Austin, Dallas and Houston to name a few places. Check with the ASOPRS.org website to find one near you.
What treatment can be done for a drooping eyelid?
Thank you for your question. Based on your photos, you would benefit from upper and lower eyelid surgery. This would also address the slight ectropion that you have. If you wish for further rejuvenation of your face, a face/neck lift and brow lift would be considered. Be sure to consult with an experienced board certified plastic surgeon. Good luck!
Eyebrow ptosis and eyelid ptosis
An evaluation to address both eyelid and eyebrow ptosis are necessary to address your concerns. Addressing one without the other can lead to a suboptimal result.
Brow lift and blepharoplasty candidate
A brow lift is required to address eyebrow asymmetry and raise the lower eyebrow to match the opposite side. This is usually done through a coronal approach. In addition to addressing eyebrow asymmetry, it is also possible to raise the eyebrows, lower the hairline, and soften the forehead muscles of expression. An upper blepharoplasty procedure can accomplish removal of the excess skin on the upper eyelids and making the eyelids more symmetrical. For more information and many before and after examples of both procedures, please see the video and the link below