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Yes. There are physicians who offer surgery to make your eyes "look whiter." Here is a link to one of the docs who do this procedure:
It is also possible, and I can't really know without examining your daughter, that she has a pinguecula. If this is the case it can be surgically removed, however some redness if usually still present. Here is information on a pinguecula and its cousin, the pterygium:
A pinguecula is a change in the skin around the eye (conjunctiva) from a lifetime's worth of exposure to sunlight. It is not a cancer. It also can become irritated and red at times.
Here is a link to a picture of a small pinguecula. You can find many other pictures by going to Google images:
This is link to a picture of a pterygium. As you can see one of the major differences between a pterygium and a pinguecula is that a pterygium grows across the clear part of your eye (cornea):
If you are bothered by your pinguecula it can be surgically removed fairly easily by your ophthalmologist using local anesthesia. One word of caution however.....they have the nasty habit of growing back, sometimes with a vengeance.
"get the red out" drops such as Visine etc should be avoided as, while they will make your daughters eyes whiter for a few minutes, the redness usually comes back even worse after the drops wear off.
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