One of my eyebrows is slightly higher than the other. Can Botox be used to even them out?
Do not feel bad, because, in fact, most people have a small brow asymmetry. I always tell patients that they are “sisters” and not “twins”. This is just another way of saying that we are not completely symmetric. Botox can be placed in the upper third of the face to elevate the lower brow. By weakening the depressor muscles of the brow with Botox, the elevators are left unopposed. The end result is an elevation of the brow. Most patients that come to me with a brow asymmetry and have Botox placed this way are very happy with the result.
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