Asymmetry After Endoscopic Forehead Lift
I was in my 40s and started seeing first signs of...
- 14 May 2009
I was in my 40s and started seeing first signs of aging. My eyebrows were getting lower. There was no asymmetry prior to surgery. After surgery one eyebrow was significantly higher than the other side.
I had an endoscopic forehead lift about 5 years ago. It was done by a highly experienced and reputable plastic surgeon. Immediately after surgery, I noticed asymmetry. The doctor advised patience and told me it would settle in with time. I was also not eager for more surgical procedures and figured in time I would get used to it.
It has been five years and it is bothering me more now than before. One eyebrow is noticeably higher than the other and it affects the shape of the eye. One eye is round, the other is oval. I would rather not go through life looking deformed. Can anything be done about this. I like the lower brow side much better. Can the brow on the other side be lowered? What are my options? Do I have any options? Thank you.