I do not want one up and one down or straight brows. Where should I suggest injecting?

Dr. Dean Kane Q & A Q. Naturally, I have one eyebrow that is higher than the other. That’s okay with me. I do not want the higher one to come down. I do not care about little wrinkles between my eyes or the corners of eyes. Just a little arch and the horizontal forehead lines. I do not want straight brows. A. Botox and all injectables for that matter use advanced techniques requiring knowledge of anatomy, the physiology and interaction of the product, the re-balancing of muscles and layers of skin injected. ​ Please select your injector carefully. They should have years of injection experience and be Board Certified in one of the core specialties including Plastic Surgery, ENT and Dermatology. ​ ​Brow position, wrinkles, lines, folds and facial differences are expected due to natural facial variation and differences in emotional expression and aging. Generally, brow position is modified when the “depressor versus elevator” muscles of the forehead are properly evaluated and injected, adjusting for the facial differences. ​ ​I wish you the best with your desires.
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