Uneven eyebrows after Botox/Dysport.

If the right eyebrow elevates more than the left, following a botox "lift," is it possible to go back and have the left eyebrow lifted MORE to match the right eyebrow, even though the left seems to be frozen in place? The right eyebrow lifts when I raise it, but the left stays in a lower position. Thank you.

Yes……most of the time.   A small extra drop under the left brow should help.  That drop releases a small muscle that like to pull the brow down, a brow “depressor” muscle.

If that doesn’t work, it’s usually because too much (this is relative) Botox was placed in the forehead above the left brow.   If that’s the problem, than the left brow won’t lift no matter how much you release it.   Other answers to readers’ questions on Botox problems.

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