You should definitely give Botox a try. It will help correct your asymmetry of the right eyebrow.
Botox can be used to lower an asymmetrically elevated eyebrow. It is important to determine if the eyebrow asymmetry is possibly related to the way the eyebrows are plucked. Asymmetrical shaping of the eyebrows can cause the eyebrows to appear asymmetrical. I recommend a consultation with a cosmetic dermatologist or dermatologic surgeon for an evaluation and recommendation. Best,
Renuka Diwan, MD
i would see a cosmetic dermatologist as botox and fillers or ultherapy can be used to help balance all of this. Best, Dr. Emer.
You can definitely use a "baby" amount of Botox to adjust the facial asymmetry in the forehead. This is an expert injection so please consult a board certified dermatologist with experience with Botox. Best, Dr. Green
Botox placed into and around your eyebrows can alter their shape and make them more symmetrical. See a plastic surgeon or a skilled physician injector for an evaluation.
You may consider elevating your left brow to keep the brow above the orbital rim as opposed to lower the right brow
Everyone has asymmetry. Yours is subtle. Placing Botox over the brow may help but it may change the balance a bit. It is hard to predict exactly how the brow will respond. Good luck.
Botox can definitely lower a brow. Must be done by someone with a lot of experience. Please see a specialist in the face for this type of procedure. Good luck.
Absolutely you are a candidate and I recommend seeing a surgeon with a steady hand :) Should be a relatively simple procedure if you choose a good plastic surgeon.
Botox is a safe and effective way to correct asymmetries in the brow, just as in your case. See your dermatologist for best results.