Tired/sagging brow and hooded lid at 20. (photos)
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Botox to Fix Drooping Brow
Thank you for sharing your question and photos. Although it sounds like you may be genetically predisposed to eyelid ptosis and you may very well need surgery in the future, I do not think you are there yet. If you are bothered by drooping brows, I recommend trying a small amount of Botox to the area for a temporary lift. I recommend consulting with a board-certified specialist who can discuss Botox and upper blepharoplasty procedures after an in-person evaluation. Best of luck.
Genetic large orbits, baggy eyelids in Slavic face. Bleph 21
You have an inherited family deformity with slight baggy eyelid and tear trough. You have Malar bone Slavic features with lateral cheek eminence that cannot give a good support to the lower lid.Since the orbit is too large the fat content, which supports the eyeball, exit under the OO muscle. unfortunately the bags will become more obvious with time passing.
All this could be treated as a preventive procedure by adipose stem cell injections (FAMI). It has been described as Bleph 21.
I disagree with my colleagues!
Correct sagging brows
Hello, Thank you for sharing your question. I would recommend that you try Botox injections. I would not start until you turn 21. A slight brow lift can be obtained by using Botox injections, which should be performed by a trained professional. From reviewing your photographs, I do not see the need for a Blepharoplasty just yet. Best Wishes, Dr. B.
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