After blunt trauma, pupil constrictor muscles may be damaged and that causes permanently dilated pupil called traumatic mydriasis. This just causes mild blurring or photophobia in bright light due to large aperture. But, in case of trauma, there are more important things to see that can cause decreased vision like cornea, lens, retina etc. Is everything fine in your case? Can you see normal in that eye? If everything is alright, then we can discuss about treatment options. A simple way could be to use a colored contact lens with a small pupil. It is simple and no surgery required. The second is surgery in which purse-string suture has to apply to make the pupil smaller. But, this usually done when we have planned for some other procedure in the same eye like cataract surgery and these sutures applied in same the setting to minimize complications. There is artificial iris available and that can be implanted. But, they are expensive, need surgery and may have complications. I would recommend you to visit your ophthalmologist (eye doctor). He will do a complete eye examination and give the best option accordingly.
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