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Curious expression, but from the 'see' in the second half of the sentence, I think you need to place the emphasis on the eyes rather than the head: he has 2 eyes (like everyone else), but will he still be able to 'see' the problem? (Possibly a wood / trees kind of situation?)
We do use expressions like "Use the eyes you were born with!" to urgen someone to open their eyese (and mind?) to see what is maybe staring them in the face...