What to do about asymmetrical eyebrows? (photo)
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Based on your photo, you have a problem of left medial brow ptosis. This may result from muscular weakness around brow area. The minimum invasive and budget technique to solve this problem is getting a Botox treatment. Around 30-50 units of Botox injection can fix your brow and forehead muscle spasm if using. The treatment cost is around 30-50USD depending on the surgeon and clinic.
Thank you for your question. Fillers or surgery would be a suitable approach to addressing your asymmetrical eyebrows. Prices vary based on local market, type of procedure, and surgeon. I suggest that you move forward and consult with a board certified facial plastic surgeon. The in-person examination will reveal the appropriate next steps for solving your asymmetry.
It is not uncommon to have a more active brow. It can be a consequence of facial expression that grows increasingly noticeable with increased muscle use. One way to make your brows more symmetrical is to use Botox to weaken the more active side. Over time with continued Botox use, the muscle that elevates that brow will weaken. There are surgical modalities to correct brow asymmetries, however it is likely that this brow muscle would continue to be more active and you may still need Botox injections.
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You may consider consulting with an expert Botox injector who understands the nuances of the arch of the brows. Dermal fillers are also being used to sculpt the brow. Good luck.
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