My left eyebrow and a little above is lifted higher than my right. Happened after the birth of my daughter a year ago. (photos)
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Left eyebrow higher than right
It is a bit difficult to tell for sure, with only the photos you provided, but it is possible that you could have ptosis of one or both upper eyelids. This occurs when a muscle in the upper eyelid becomes weakened. The left one could be worse, which frequently causes the brow to raise to try and compensate. I would consult with an oculoplastic surgeon, or a facial plastic or plastic surgeon, that has experience with ptosis repair. If you do have ptosis, this can normally be corrected with a surgical procedure.
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