Why is my right eyeball higher than the left? What should I do? (Photos)
Doctor Answers 2
These photos do not control head rotation which changes the apparent inferior scleral show.
The story from last year sounds like you had a stye (chalazion) which has now resolved. I see no evidence of that now. There is evidence of inferior scleral show (white part of the eye more visible beneath the colored iris) and this is likely hereditary or the angle you took the photos. Only an evaluation in person with a board certified fellowship trained Oculoplastic Surgeon who specializes in eyelid and orbital surgery will be able to answer your question. Best of luck in your search!
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