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My son has one eye slightly higher than the other and i wondered

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My son has one eye slightly higher than the other and i wondered if there was a type of surgery which could be carried out to have it lowered so it would be perfect in line with the other one?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Dr. A.S. Desai replied 5 years ago.

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For such eye conditions it is better to get the eye evaluated by an orbital surgeon. An orbital surgeon is an ophthalmologist with additional training in orbital diseases and surgeries. First the cause for the displacement of the eye has to be found following which the plan for corrective surgery is determined. I suggest that you get his eyes examined by an ophthalmologist in your area who can refer you further to an orbital surgeon ( or an oculoplastic surgeon).

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