First of all you have attractive eyes and nice skin. Those are great starts! Every patient has asymmetries if we look close enough and brow asymmetry is one of the most common.
I would recommend starting with botox. A skilled injector should be able to target the specific muscles that elevate and lower the brow. You need to decide with your surgeon and a facial analysis which brow position looks best on your face and then work with the toxin to get the other to match.
Surgery is also an option but I would start with botox in this case.
Hope this helps.
Best of luck,
Thanks for posting your question and photos!
Your left frontalis muscle is probably exerting a stronger pull on your brow than the right. Directed Botox treatment should be able to improve this greatly. You will need to keep up on Botox injections.
Eyebrow asymmetry can often be improved with either a completely one-sided brow lift or a brow lift that raises one side more than the other. The method chosen will depend on what other issues you wish to correct. Since it will vary depending on your specific situation, a consultation with a board certified facial plastic surgeon is necessary to determine the best approach.
Raising one brow higher than another is not an uncommon situation. There could be some underlying muscle or nerve issue (very rare) that should be address by a doctor you do consultation with. However, most common cause of this kind of asymmetry is just a persistent habit of overusing one side of your forehead muscle over the other. No need to despair. This kind of habit can be corrected with 1-3 treatments of Botox.
It is not uncommon to have some difference in brow position and movement. Independent controle of eyebrow movement is a gift that meny actors and actresses possess. You have to see a plastic surgeon to evaluate the function of the muscles involved in the brow position. The brow position depends on the tone of the frontal is muscle in the forehead, the lateral part of the orbicularis on the side of the eyes and the corrugator muscles between the eyebrows. Botox can be used to modify the tone of these muscles and change the brow position.
Before you ask someone to fix your problem with Botox, be sure to to first inquire as to the cause.
You are describing a frontal branch of the facial nerve palsy (the nerve going to your brow on one side doesn't work) which can have have many causes and many solutions.
While Botox may be your best option, first see a plastic surgeon who is interested in finding the underlying cause and all the possible solutions.
Directed BOTOX injection by a true expert injector can either raise the lower one or depress the higher one...
It is possible to use small amount of Botox on the higher brow side to lower the brow. This is technically sophisticated and should only be done by a very experienced Botox injector. Please consult a board certified plastic surgeon with experience in Botox injections.