Just had my routine 4 horizontal Botox injects across forehead. Will a slight uneven line make any droops? (photo)
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Thank you for your question and photo! Your injection pattern should not cause any drooping. Give it 2 weeks and follow up with your injector. Best of luck to you!
Typically, the answer is no, unless something else is going on. I would give it time and re-assess after 1-2 weeks post-injection
The uneven line is very unlikely to cause any issues. The glabellar injections will get rid of frown and are unlikely to cause any droop. My Best, Dr Commons
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Thank you for your question and for sharing your photograph. Sorry that you are having some concerns about your procedure. A droop typically results from too much Botox or Botox given at the wrong location. How much Botox did you receive? Based on the placement indicated in your photo, you should be just fine. Please keep in mind that your Botox will start working a couple of days after the procedure and you will see your final result in 2 weeks. At that point, if you have any concerns about your final result, please be sure to see an expert injector for an in-person reevaluation in order to best address your concerns and to determine the best course of action. Hope this helps and best wishes!
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The pattern of injection sites does not look like it will cause any drooping. Give it a full two weeks to kick in.