Spock eyebrow doesn't seem to be corrected 2 x later. What's causing this to happen
Thank you for your question. A photo would be helpful. Difficult to answer question without a photo and examination. It seems that all you need is a touch up forehead injector. You may want to consider an injection into the glabella injection, which will lift the medial eyebrow, which can help smooth out the "spock eyebrow". Discuss your concerns with your injector. Best Wishes.
This can be corrected but you may want to seek a second opinion in doing so if your current injector is not able to correct this.
Thank you for your question. It is typical to have a "touch up" or some "fine tuning" after your initial Botox injection. The "spock" appearance should be able to be corrected. I recommend seeking another opinion and consulting with a board certified plastic surgeon.
"Spock" Eyebrow After Botox
The forehead muscle is a large muscle that covers most of the forehead. It has fibers on the lower part of the forehead by the outer part of the eyebrows that did not take the medication or were not injected. They became overactive and are pulling the eyebrow up. It is common to have a minor touch-up a week or two after an initial injection to "fine tune" the area. Usually a carefully placed injection into this area will fix the issue by relaxing these muscle fibers.
I suggest you seek a second opinion and go to an expert in botox injections who can try to help balance this out with appropriately placed injections or fillers. Best, Dr. Emer.
Difficult question to answer without photos or examining you. Sometimes it can take more than once to optimize Botox results but it should not take 3 times. Sometimes underlying eyelid ptosis can cause the brow to raise as compensation which complicates the problem. See an oculoplastic specialist.
Stubborn spock eyebrow after Botox
A spock eyebrow is when the tail end of the brow raises up excessively. It happens when the forehead muscles over the tail end of the brow lift excessively in comparison to surrounding muscles. It usually happens when the muscles that cause crows feet are treated and the edges of the forehead are not. However, it can also happen if the central forehead is treated, but the sides are not. This sounds like your situation. Your spock eyebrow is not stemming from the fact that you did not treat your frown.
Spock Eyebrow after Botox
It's hard to tell without seeing a picture. Usually Spock eyebrow is easy to correct by injecting a small amount of Botox (about 1 unit) above the area of eyebrow elevation.