Swollen lids after Botox
It is possible that you had more than the needed amount of Botox injected in your frontalis muscle of the forehead. It might be possible to inject a small amount of Botox in the muscles that hold the brows down, and achieve a small lift, but most likely this effect will not wear off completely for 2 to 4 months. You must wish there was a complete and quick fix for this. And so do I.
One way to avoid this in future would be to have the frown lines injected first and then the forehead 2 weeks later. This can save you some money as well, as in my experience fewer units are needed with this approach.
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It sounds like you might have had too much botox or a different product or bruise from your botox injections. Hard to say at this point.
Heavy eyelids and swelling
It sounds like you had too much Botox in the forehead and it will take several months to dissappear. Since you have had Botox without any problems before I would consult with an expert in Botox to avoid these complications. Best, Dr. Green
Too much Botox causing eyebrow ptosis
Sometimes there is more injections which can be done to help lift heavy brows from too much Botox in the forehead. I probably would go to another doc with more experience. I don't know the reason for the change in docs but if it was based on price, it was obviously the wrong decision. The problem most likely will just have to wear off gradually over the next 3 months.
Too much Botox
I'm so sorry to hear that you have had a complication after Botox injections. It is unusual to be so swollen; are you sure it wasn't fillers? If it was a hyaluronic acid filler, you may want to have it dissolved. This can be done with a quick injection of a dissolving enzyme to the area. Always keep track of what product and how much is injected. Schedule a consultation with a board certified physician who has experience in Botox and fillers to discuss the next step. Good luck!
Heavy Upper Eyelids
Thank you for your question. It sounds like you would benefit from an upper eyelid blepharoplasty. When excess skin hangs over the top of the eyelid, patients often benefit from a surgery to remove that skin. The other option would be to do less botox in your forehead so that the lids don't become so heavy. In my experience there are several different options to address the issue you are writing about.
Forehead Botox complication
Unfortunately you have posted no pictures to help us assess your condition. Also, if your problems are as a consequence of recent Botox injection, your only option is to wait for the Botox to wear off in 3-4 months.