Before you start to learn more about asymmetrical eyes, know that having asymmetrical eyes is perfectly normal and not always a cause for concern. Remember that facial asymmetry is normal and it is not a norm to have perfectly symmetrical eyes. The reasons for having asymmetrical eyes can be due to skin changes that occur as a natural part of aging. Another reason is genetics, which is again a very common reason to have asymmetrical eyes. Enophthalmos, Ptosis, Proptosis are some of the other reasons that make your eyes look asymmetrical. If you have Asymmetrical eyes [ตา ไม่ เท่า กัน, which is the term in Thai], you may opt for unequal correction surgery which can help you get the desired shape you want.
Know the advantages
If you decide to have an unequal correction surgery, you may want to learn the advantages that the surgery can provide you. after undergoing surgery, you can have the eyelids closer to each other along with the opening of the black eye. Moreover, if you have been applying double eyelid stickers for quite a long time in order to make your eyes place in a proper symmetry, you do not have to do it anymore. The surgery will yield you a satisfactory result and you can get rid of the trouble of applying stickers that eventually makes your eye muscles weaker.
Things to remember
After the surgery, it may take time to recover, so do not panic if you see any soreness, redness, or bruises after someday. It is common to get bruises right after a few days of surgery and it is important to note this from beforehand, so you have precautionary measures. If you find any green bruises, do not worry and apply warm compresses, which will help to heal faster. Make sure you do not apply water directly to the wound, which may cause infections and you may also pick up allergies. If you need to go outside after a few days, remember to wear glasses in order to prevent dirt and dust.