It is very important to understand that the world is not organized as it appears. Just because you see suggestive photographs on the internet, that does not mean that something will work for you. Lateral canthal surgery is different in North American than say South Korea. In South Korea, based on the internet, you might believe that canthoplasty increases the size of the eyes. It does not. Canthal surgery performed cosmetically in South Korea is a failed surgery that leaves the outer corner of the eyes distorted and dysmorphic. It can expose more lateral sclera but the aesthetic price does not balance this increase exposure. Repairing this injury is very difficult. In the West lateral canthal surgery is something altogether different. It is a lower eyelid tightening procedure designed to support the lower eyelid. It can and does move the lateral canthal angle laterally which technically makes the horizontal palpebral issue wider. However it also pulls the eyelid margins closer together so if anything it makes the eyes smaller. I am sure that you might find a surgeon in the world who would attempt to burr off your orbital bone but I can guarantee you that you will look worse as a result. You do have upper eyelid ptosis and upper eyelid lash ptosis. This can be improved using an approach I call structured microblepharoplasty. Less is more. For your cheeks, you need more projection not less.
Thank you for posting your question. I would suggest a consultation with a board certified oculoplastic surgeon to discuss your concerns and goals. Good luck!