Our genes determine how every part of our body develops. But, the system is far from perfect. All it takes is one minor genetic alteration, and you can end up with surprising differences.
Asymmetrical eyes tend to be passed down, though they might be more or less noticeable in other members of your family. One eye simply develops differently from the other.
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Asymmetrical Eye Treatment Options
Am I a Candidate for Asymmetrical Eye Surgery
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General Qualifications for Asymmetrical Eye Surgery
There are a few parameters we set for surgery in general. We recommend that patients be in good health. Surgery can take a toll on the body, and being in good health ensures better healing and better results.
Avoid smoking. Being a smoker isn’t a disqualification. However, we strongly advise that patients stay away from tobacco in the weeks leading up to the surgery. And that they continue to do so during the healing period.
Lastly, we want our patients to have healthy expectations. Knowing what is within the realm of possibility is crucial to being satisfied with your surgery’s outcome.
Asymmetrical Eyes Surgery Seattle
Having any imbalance of features can lead to struggles with self-confidence and being displeased with your appearance. At Cole Aesthetic Center, our goal is to provide our patients with treatments that match their needs and leave them feeling more like their true selves.
If asymmetrical eyes have been affecting your quality of life, schedule a consultation today. Dr. Cole, a top plastic surgeon, and his team of professionals are excited to work with you every step of the way. During your consultation, Dr. Cole will discuss your goals and how you can best achieve them. He’ll work with you to put together a personalized treatment plan that matches your individual needs. Call us today to take the first step in restoring balance to your features. Our Silverdale office is available at 360.613.2600 and our Sequim office can be reached at 360.613.2600.