1mth post Xeomin to forehead, it caused my brow to drop dramatically, when will my brow & hooded eyes return to normal? (photo)
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#Botox #Xeomin #Dysport - when will my brow & hooded eyes return to normal?
However, you should also talk to your plastic surgeon about which areas are being injected, and the distribution of neuromodulator across the treatment area. Over treating the forehead lines would be expected to lower the brows as a consequence. You may want to discuss this with your PS the next time you're treated.
I hope that this helps and good luck,
Dr. Alan Engler
Member of #RealSelf100
Xeomin/Botox will usually last 3-4 months. Be sure to express to the provider your concerns and current results from the amount used at your previous appointment to avoid being treated with the same amount again. To be sure what is best for you, see two or more board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment.
I hope this helps.
Dropped brows after xeomin injection.
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- Most importantly, report your results to your doctor and let them learn what works and doesn't work for you. Every patient responds differently to injections and if you allow your doctor to see the results, they can tailor the next injections to work better for you.
- The results will wear off and there will be no permanent complications.
- If the forehead muscle is completely paralyzed by Xeomin, your eyebrows will drop. Doctors leave a vertical strip of forehead muscle on each side untouched to maintain the eyebrow lift and establish the peak look that so many people get. It sounds like the entire muscle has dropped, so next time the forehead injections should be more narrow to leave the outside strips of muscle untouched.
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1mth post Xeomin to forehead, it caused my brow to drop dramatically, when will my brow & hooded eyes return to normal?
1mth post Xeomin to forehead
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