The Position Of The Right And Left Eye Is Not Symmetrical, Is It Necessary To Surgery?
My eyes don’t match, yeah like my lacrimal glands don’t line up, and sometimes I don’t feel confident when using glasses, am I born bad? Do I need surgery?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you submit, with eyes that are not appropriate, not in line, or maybe more easily said asymmetrical, are actually common. The majority or even almost everyone in the world has an asymmetrical face, like one of the eyelids is lowered, the eyebrows are more raised, one side of the lips is bigger, there are different high ears, and many more. But it's normal, especially if it doesn't interfere with its function.
It is different if the nose is bent or the eyes are not aligned which causes the nose to be often blocked or eyes that cannot focus and blur, then there is an abnormal condition. Indeed, some experts find, we can state that someone is handsome or beautiful because unconsciously, we see that their facial features are close to symmetry.
So what we want to say, some people are indeed blessed with a handsome or beautiful and symmetrical face, but that does not mean that is not so and then said to be ugly and abnormal. Just because there are people who are above average height, does not mean that average height is short, they are normal. Then come back again as we said, if you experience dysfunction, then you should seek treatment.
Of course if you want to do surgery for aesthetic purposes, you can consult a plastic surgeon and that is your right. We just want to remind that many people who then do not feel satisfied or even 'addicted' to plastic surgery so that many times plastic surgery will not make him satisfied with himself. So what we recommend is, if in fact all your organs are functioning properly, love yourself for who you are, learn what your strengths and weaknesses are, and make those strengths big enough to cover your weaknesses. Appearance is not everything, gratitude and what is in our hearts is more important. So, hopefully answering your question.