Spock Eyebrows after Browlift?

I am 29 and have very heavy eyebrows (the skin over the outermost part of my eyes sags down and gives me a permanent sad look). I had a not-so-great BL6 years ago, and the results have since deteriorated significantly. I am looking at the option of having another lateral lift, but here's the thing: my eyebrows are straight, not really droopy, which makes me worry that a lateral lift would produce the dreaded 'Spock effect'. Is there any way to prevent / minimize this? Thank you!

Doctor Answers 1

Brow lift

Assuming you are female, you want to have an arch in the outer brow, and not have it straight.  Most temporal brow lifts give you about 4-5mm of lift, so it is unusual for it to over elevate the brow unless it is high to begin with.   

Brow lift

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Assuming you are female, you want to have an arch in the outer brow, and not have it straight.  Most temporal brow lifts give you about 4-5mm of lift, so it is unusual for it to over elevate the brow unless it is high to begin with.   

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