Suggest treatment for epicanthal folds in a child
Hello. I just read through your question.
Epicanthal folds are not always linked to genetic defects. In fact, often they appear on normal children.
Additionally, it is unusual for a child to develop epicanthal folds at age 3 years. Typically, this is spotted by the child's doctor within the first few months of life.
So I would not be overly concerned about this. At his next visit to the doctor, I recommend pointing out your concern. The doctor will be able to tell you if this is something that needs attention or not.
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I reviewed the picture. I see what you are talking about, and there is a very mild fold. But nothing I would associate with any genetic disorder.
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