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BOTOX for Heavy Upper Eyelids and Sagging Eyebrows

Botox is a great tool for lifting heavy upper lids and sagging eyebrows. I see many patients in their 20’s, 30’s and 40’s that are bothered by a slight drop of the brow and heaviness on the upper eyelids.

Botox for heavy upper eyelids and brows

When strategically placed, Botox lifts the brow and improves heavy upper eyelids. This is achieved with a completely natural look. Patients often express fear of looking frozen or startled. I tell all my patients that Botox is simply a tool. It takes skill and experience to use this tool properly to achieve natural results without the tell tale signs of having been treated.

I love taking care of my Botox patients. It’s always a treat to see them every 3-4 months for their treatment. I have many patients that I have been taking care of since I started my practice 21 years ago. Over time, as these patients continue to age, Botox patients often become surgical patients.

When the brow and eyelids become more low and heavy, Botox alone is sometimes not enough to achieve a desirable result. Upper lid Blepharoplasty (often combined with an endoscopic brow lift) is then an excellent option to correct these issues. Please check out other posts for more on surgical upper eyelid rejuvenation and lower eyelid rejuvenation.

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