Thank you for your question and for the photo posting. It certainly appears that any inflammation from the laser that might affect a possible followup procedure has sufficiently subsided for you to proceed with a procedure. The question then becomes: what to do and when? This is not an easy question to answer in just looking at this single photo. Most of what this cosmetic surgeon sees is - everything that is "already quite excellent" about your eye, eyelid, forehead and cheek. There is perhaps a hint of hooding of your upper lid. Brow shape and brow position appear already quite beautiful, also the skin of your upper and lower lid appear quite smooth and youthful already. I am not convinced that brow and/or lid surgery is the next best step for you - I might rather recommend more conservative treatments for a few more years, then maybe consider a mini temporal brow lift to pull up any lateral upper lid hooding.
I had CO2 fractional laser. Did not work for eyelift, very disappointed. How soon would I have to wait for brow lift? (Photo)
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Right time for a Brow lift?
Wait to have blepharoplasty
Upper eyelid correction
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