September 14th, 2017
Now, when you call us, you'll get to talk with one of our experienced and highly-trained staff. We always love hearing from our new patients, and we're happy to answer your questions or talk with you about your concerns. From there, the next step is to schedule an appointment with Dr. Hall for your preliminary consultation. During this first meeting, you'll get to talk with Dr. Hall about your goals for the procedure, ask him all of your questions, and he may perform an examination as well. Dr. Hall will use the information from that first meeting to develop your customized treatment plan that will guide him through the procedure and ensure you get the best possible results. Make sure you take a look at our gallery of Before-and-After blepharoplasty pictures to see his incredible work for yourself.
One of the most incredible (and sometimes frustrating) things about the human body is that we are all different in so many ways. It's virtually impossible for us to say what caused your unique asymmetry without Dr. Hall performing an in-depth examination. However, some of the most common causes of asymmetry are due to the orbital bones, the eyelids, and the eyebrows. If the asymmetry is caused by the orbital bones, it may not be possible to correct without some kind of significant, major surgery that may or may not be warranted. However, sometimes, the solution may be able to be fixed with an injectable filler, such as Juvederm.
We also want to mention that it is very rare for a medical condition or disease to cause uneven eyes to the point where they need to be corrected by eyelid surgery. Patients with eyes that are noticeably different from each other still have options to correct them.
Patients can get beautiful and natural-looking results from eyelid surgery to correct their asymmetrical eyes. If the asymmetry is caused by one of the eyelids or the eyebrows, then Dr. Hall can address that during the procedure to ensure that both of the eyes are even. Plus, in some cases, Dr. Hall can address larger asymmetry issues by "hiding" them using his meticulous precision during the eyelid surgery.
Patients that want to work with one of the leading plastic surgeons in Knoxville, TN should call Dr. Hall today to set up their consultation. Dr. Hall is quickly becoming one of the most high-demand doctors because of his dedication to efficiency and his gentle, compassionate approach.
Give us a call at (865) 973-9500 to get started.