Would Botox lift my droopy, Cro-Magnon man eyebrows? (Photo)
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Botox can be used to perform a “non-surgical brow lift” in the right candidate
Botox or brow lift for the Cro-Magnon eyebrow
Botox to raise the brow.
- You have very pretty brows but they are a little flat - without the upward curve of the outer 1/3 of the brows.
- Botox can be injected under the outer brow to float up the outer brow and in between the brows to float up the inner brow.
- A little Botox into the lines in your forehead can also be done but with a little, very weak Botox - because this muscle, the frontalis muscle, is what is lifting your brows.
Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
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Botox can be placed in small amounts at the tail of the lateral eyebrow to try to create a lateral eyebrow lift. Another treatment to consider would be injection of a filler such as Restylane or Juvederm into the lateral brow to lift and provide forward projection.
Make sure that you see an experienced injector who has a conservative approach. It is far better to start with small amounts of product and add more later if needed than to inject too much and cause a problem.
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Would Botox lift my droopy, Cro-Magnon man eyebrows?
Botox can be used to help raise the outer corner of the eyebrows by a few millimeters. This would not do much to help the wrinkles across your forehead. If you used Botox to treat these wrinkles then you would not be able to raise your brow, and it would give you the look you don't like with a flat brow. The other option is considering a brow lift, such as an endoscopic approach, to help keep your brow up without you raising them.
I would recommend you consult with a facial plastic surgeon or plastic surgeon to go over your options.
I hope this helps and good luck.
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