Recently had 35 units of Xeomin and developed a slight droop or hang of eyebrows feels heavy, was this over injected? (Photo)
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Droopy eye after Xeomin
Drooping Brows after Xeomin
It seems likely that you had your forehead lines treated and that you had a slight hidden droop of your eyebrows which became noticeable after your forehead wasn't able to easily raise your brows after Xeomin.
Your doctor could try a Xeomin or Botox Browlift to counteract the effect of the Xeomin on the forehead. Otherwise given enough time, the Xeomin will wear off and the condition should improve. I hope this was helpful.
Amount of product and placement are key!
Thank you for your question and your photos. I am sorry to hear that you were not happy with your results. The amount of product you use, and the placement of the product are key. Unfortunately the heaviness in your lids can be caused from the amount used and/or the placement of Xeomin. Only time will reverse the effect, and that is usually 3-4 months. Hope this helps.
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It is possible that you had a little too much injected, or that it was placed sub optimally. The effects usually wear off in about 3 months. To maximize the likelihood of a favorable outcome, I recommend that you only get treated by a well-trained and experienced dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
Hope this opinion is helpful to you. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
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Hanging of eyebrow after 35 units of xeomin
Let your physician know your experience the next time you seek treatment to try to avoid a recurrence and good luck.
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