If you do have ptosis, its very very mild. If you brows were compensating, you would usually have some furrows above it which I appreciate none. If you just want a more symmetrical fold, you could have a procedure done on the side that has minimal fold but achieving perfect symmetry is nearly impossible. So my recommendation is to do nothing, unless a surgeon can guarantee you results.
Do I have ptosis and is it fixable by surgery or by fillers? (photo)
Doctor Answers 3
Yes, you have mild ptosis with a bilateral compensatory brow elevation.
This requires a very careful consultation and appropriate surgery by a highly experienced cosmetic eyelid surgeon. In my opinion, you will need to travel for this service. Seek more than one opinion.
Judging by the picture you included I do not see
any significant amount of ptosis of the eyelids or
brows. However an evaluation in person by a
board certified plastic or oculoplastic surgeon
will be best to address your concerns.
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