Was there ever a time where you wished you could change something about yourself, but the technology to do so didn't exist at the time? This guy has.
He has had a complex about his "bulgy" eyes ever since he was young. When he was finally old enough to go through surgery to correct the bulginess in his eyes, it turned out that the procedure (bulgy eye surgery, known medically as exophthalmos surgery) was risky and only undergone when eye protrusion threatened eyesight.
Bulging eyes can occur for different reasons. They are a common result of pressure building up in the orbital room (eye socket) behind the eye -- normally seen in people with thyroid problems -- or can just be due to having narrow eye sockets.
When our patient, the guy in the picture above, came to us at EFIL, it wasn't his first time seeking surgical correction for his protruding eyes. In more than 30 years of searching, after having had multiple procedures done in the past, lifting and implanting on other parts of his face to downplay the bulginess of his eyes, he finally found EFIL. He was pleased to find out that we could properly place his eyes back into his head the way he always felt they should be.
If you have bulgy, protruding eyes we here at EFIL can help. For more information, please visit our webpage at the link below and don't hesitate to leave us a question or comment.
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