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Eyes Have Downward Palpebral Slant
One of my eyes has a downward slope and is higher than the other. Noticed it in a baby picture. I am 49.
The real issue?: Nobody's face is perfectly symmetric. If you have a strabismus that's been missed so far, consider surgery. Stop looking at yourself so closely in a mirror -- it's not going to lead to anything helpful. Good looks in a man is 95% his physical fitness. Most of the rest is the way he carries himself, his good humor and the warmth that he can radiate. If it's not a serious cosmetic problem, forget it. ...Read more
Would canthoplasty lift the corners of my eyes? They start pretty narrow and sharp but have rounder ends with my waterline going downward after iris
Canthoplasty: Maybe BUT only in person examination would allow that determination>>>>>> ...Read more
I have an indentation on my forehead about 2 inches long and tapers downward towards my left eye. I'm so confused because this just appeared gradually?
Forehead Indentation: this needs to be evaluated by a Board Certified Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon. ...Read more
Downward presure in head, crawling senstaion in brain, some stabbing pain in eye or ear, light headed, off balance, dizziness?
Odd Sensations: I recommend consulting your medical doctor to be sure there is no physical cause for odd physical symptoms such as dizziness, feeling off balance, pain in the eye or ear, pressure in your head. If no clear diagnosis emerges, consult a licensed psychotherapist to rule out and work with underlying anxiety. Rapid, shallow, anxious breathing can cause similar symptoms. ...Read more
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Got my eyes checked.its -1.00.axis left 0.25 and axis rite 0.75. dont know what it means.but i see the floor a little slanted.did i give a wrong test?
Eye exam: Lee, the -1.00 is the strength of the lens in Diopters. It is how much the lens bends the light (in or out) to focus it on the back of your eye correctly. The axis has to do with a slight astigmatism you have. Your corneas are not perfect spheres. The axis tells the lens maker to put a little cylinder in your lens at a specific axis to correct your astigmatism. No worries. Hope this helps ...Read more