Can I change the shape of my eyes with fillers?

Hello, I am european girl and i would like to have same filler in my cheeks not to much. I woul like to look natural. I have one question the doctor can make my eyes to look little enlongate, like asiatic people because i went to the doctor and she did the botox for my forehead and for what i ask she filled in the tail of the eyebrow but the same looking my eyes, thank you

In terms of the actual structural shape of the eye …….. i.e. whether more almond or round, the answer is no.  That is determined by the bone, muscles and the ligaments around the eye.   Please see this information on what’s possible with fillers.   Also, we are usually most beautiful if we work within our natural skin type and facial shape –  I’m not sure altering this would be a good idea.    Dr. I

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