The area that is treated with Botox to raise the brows would not have any effect on how close the brows are to each other. It may be possible to treat the area in between the eyebrows to get some relaxation there which may help to separate the eyebrows a bit.
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In some circumstances treating the glabella area can smooth the area between the brows allowing the eyebrows to appear further apart. You can achieve a modest lift with Botox. Consult an expert injector to discuss your options for treatment.
Injection the glabella with Botox and the depressor supercilii will raise the inner brows and separate them. Make sure that the frontalis muscle is not injected too much or you will negate the positive effects of the first injection. Sometimes, medial brow injection with a dermal filler can help this condition too. Steve Weiner, MD, Facial Plastic Surgeon.
As a result of injecting the frown lines between your brows, you may notice some spreading of the area. Threading or other methods of hair removal are also great options.
It is possible to lift and spread the inner eyebrows by injecting your frown lines with Botox. Please consult an experienced cosmetic dermatologist or plastic surgeon who can assess your muscle movement and plan treatment for you.
Thank you for your question. It is possible to acheve some relaxation between the brows and cause the apperence of lifting with Botox injections. You can not predict how much if any separation you will get with this treatment. Make sure you go to and experienced injector.
Because everyone's facial muscle orientation, thickness and facial features are different, it would be hard to predict. I have had a few patients complain that Botoxing the glabella area (including the corrugator muscles) made their eyebrows too far apart. This effect is also noted when the corrugator muscles are released and partially resected in an overdone endoscopic browlift. I therefore recommend you find an experienced surgeon injector to treat this area with 15 to 20 units of Botox to get maximal relaxation in this area. The effect will be temporary and if the desired spreading of your eyebrows is achieved, reinjection every 3 to 4 months will maintain that appearance. If not, a medial endoscopic browlift as described herein would definitely spread your eyebrows apart in the middle.
Without a doubt you will get what you want. The muscles in your "glabella" or the area between your eye browns work by pulling your browns down and in. When we inject botox, the opposite happens, your brows move out and up. In many people, this can result in some separation of the eye brows. Alot of this depends on the elasticity and pliability of your skin but nevertheless, you often will see these positive changes.
That is a very good question. In fact, you may be surprised to hear that you, yourself, have the answer.
Take a look in the mirror and frown: you will note that the eyebrows become depressed and closer together. Then relax your facial muscles and you'll see your eyebrows lift and separate. When you receive Botox for your frown lines, which will weaken the frown muscles, you will not only lift the eyebrows but separate the eyebrow.
Just a word of caution: Be sure to get just the right amount of Botox treatment (not too much), so that you have fewer and softer lines. You want to look refreshed and great, not overdone. It can be your little secret and no one has to know that you have Botox.
Botox in the glabellar (frown) area weakens the eyebrow depressor muscles (which bring the eyebrows down and in). Treatment can definitely lift the eyebrows, but its effects on the spacing of the eyebrows is minimal in my experience.