I'm sorry to hear about all the problems you are having.
To answer your question directly: Yes. I am sure that it can be repaired. Unfortunately, at this point, it may have to be re-broken so that it can be put back together correctly.
A good ENT surgeon should be able to do this type of repair for you.
I also suggest you have a complete eye examination by an ophthalmologist
prior to consulting the ENT surgeon just to make sure that there are no problems with the eye muscles
, eye movement or the eyeball itself. If there are, this would have to be corrected at the same time that the other defect are fixed.
Does this make sense to you?
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