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It sounds like you have an area of scleral thinning secondary to your injury.
If it has been over 6 months since your injury was treated it is very unlikely that there will be any further healing in this area.
Also, there is no treatment, growth hormone etc that can help new, white, scleral tissue to grow back in this area of thinning.
In the vast majority of cases these areas need no treatment. However, if the thinning is so pronounced that there is a risk of rupture, then surgery can be done to sew new (cadaver/artificial/harvested tissue from your body) in place to strengthen the wall of the eyeball.
From what you have posted, it does not seem like these measures are necessary in your case. If, however, you are concerned, you could consult with a eye surgeon for another opinion.
Does this make sense to you?
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