Droopy eyelid

My one eyebrow is lower than the other which causes my one eyelid to droop. Should I go for Botox or fillers to lift my brow? I am 37 years old. Thanks

This is a tricky question; eyelid and brow position work together and in experienced hands, you can lift the brow position in some cases with botox & fillers but it has its limitations; you should seek a consultation with a plastic surgeon that is proficient with surgical and non-surgical techniques (botox, fillers, ulthera) and discuss which option is best for you.

Andres G Sarraga, MD, FACS
Andres G Sarraga, MD, FACS
21110 Biscayne BlvdAventuraFL33180US

Andres G Sarraga, MD, FACS

21110 Biscayne Blvd, #103, Aventura, FL,
UNITED STATES, 33180

Drooping Single Eyebrow

You need to see a plastic surgeon experienced in ophthalmic surgery. One frequent reason that one eyebrow is higher than the other is that you have unilateral or asymmetric ptosis (droop) of an or both eyelids. If this is the cause, you need surgical correction. If not, he/she can give you the options that are right for you.

Robert T. Buchanan, MD
Robert T. Buchanan, MD
209 Hospital DrHighlandsNC28741US

Robert T. Buchanan, MD

209 Hospital Dr, #202, Highlands, NC,
UNITED STATES, 28741

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