Ptosis? uneven Brows? Please help! (photos)
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Based on the first two photographs, you do have a brow asymmetry with a higher left brow. Sometimes, this can be compensatory and related to ptosis or droopiness of the left upper eyelid, although it does not seem that you have significant frontalis muscle activation on the photograph. I would suggest seeing an oculoplastic surgeon to do a more careful evaluation and decide what, if any, intervention is appropriate.
Ptosis with brow involvement
Thank you for sharing your question. You might have ptosis (dropping eyelid) causing compensatory brow elevation. If this is the case, correcting the ptosis will lead to self-correction of the eyebrow. See an experienced Oculoplastic Surgeon for comprehensive evaluation and guidance. Good luck,
See oculoplastic specialist
It is difficult to tell from the photo but you may have left upper lid ptosis with brow compensation. See an oculoplastic specialist for evaluation.
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