It would appear from your photos that you will be improved in the right hands by a short scar brow lift. Your plastic surgeon should be able to give you realistic expectations and give you an idea by gently lifting the skin with his fingers to show you the approximate improvement.
You are a good candidate for a mini brow lift or a 2 incision hairline subcutaneous brow lift, a procedure I have found very effective for my patients.
The browlift procedure can address low eyebrows by lifting them. The incision can be placed at the hairline or behind the hairline depending upon the height of the forehead. Also important to have a discussion regarding softening the corrugator muscles and frontalis muscles, if necessary.
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A brow lift can give you wonderful results in improving eyebrow and lid position. Your eyes will look more open and less tired. Only you can decide if it is a good decision for you!
Irregular Trichophytic Forehead Lift for patients with a high hairline and low brows will keep your hairline where it is and hair will grow thru the hairline if properly done. The hairline can be lowered as well for those that wish it.
It sounds like you have made a very good decision. Get the brow lift. I think you will love the look it will give you.
In these pictures your brows seem low which would make you a good candidate for a brow lift. There are several ways to achieve this; you should know exactly how this will be accomplish because you already have a high hairline. Every technique except the Irregular Hairline Incision will raise the hairline further. Unfortunately, I am referred patients who are unhappy with their long forehead after the brow lift.
Excellent question. The photographs are not standardized so a definitive recommendation is difficult.
Nevertheless there are some points to consider. First, I would compare your eyebrow position as it is now (without the influence of Botox) to their position 10 or 15 years ago. More than likely the heights are the same.
So what's different. If you look closely and notice that your temples and the areas around your eyes are more concave and hollow, respectively, then I would recommend volumizing the area with fat transfer and/or fillers. Browlifts are necessary when there is abundant excess skin (called hooding) near the outside corner of the eye. You do not seem to have abundant excess skin. So in my opinion, continued Botox and considering volume augmentation is worth looking into.
I hope this helps.
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