When Botox is applied to problem areas around the eyebrows, the muscles relax and the skin over them becomes softer. The muscles around the eyebrows stretch upward, raising the eyebrows and making the patient's eyes appear more open. Patients are delighted to see that they look alert, full of life and rested. A Botox brow lift can help treat dynamic wrinkles or wrinkles that form from movement, such as those between the eyebrows.
It can also raise the height of the eyebrows. It can also be combined with other procedures, such as blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery. Botox can have a subtle effect on lifting the eyelids by raising the eyebrow. Botox is used to lift the outer tail of the eyebrow, which reveals a small amount of eyelid skin.
By injecting Botox in small aliquots into the lower part of the forehead and the outer tail of the eyebrows, the eyebrow rises as does the eyelids. If you are looking for a profound effect of eyelid lift, you may want to consider blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, to remove any excess skin from the eyelid. We can also inject small amounts of Botox above the lateral side of the eyebrows to lift drooping eyebrows and open the eyes. By strategically injecting the toxin into key areas of the glabella and eyebrows, the forehead will be lifted and look more relaxed with a more youthful appearance.
The Botox brow lift effectively lifts the eyebrows and smooths the skin between the eyebrows. The procedure is fast, minimally invasive, painless and requires no recovery time. Results usually appear after one week and last up to six months. The amount of lift you receive will vary depending on your age and the tone of the muscles that are left active to lift the muscles now relaxed.
Cosmetic dermatologists use Botox to change the dynamic balance between muscles pulling in different directions. Many patients combine a Botox brow lift with Fraxel laser resurfacing to smooth the skin surface and fine lines. As mentioned above, the Botox brow lift also works to combat any vertical lines that a person may have developed between the eyebrows. A surgical brow lift is an invasive procedure that requires general anesthesia, with an incision inside the hairline.
Additional Botox injections can be placed at the ends of the eyebrows to help relax those muscles as well. In addition, if you inject too much Botox into the forehead, the eyebrow may look heavier and move the eyebrows down, with the result that the eyes look smaller and the eyelids heavier. A brow lift with Botox will remove forehead lines, raise drooping eyebrows and reduce the appearance of the upper eyelid hood. Another method to enhance the effects of a Botox brow lift is to inject Juvederm above the eyebrow area.
For people looking to improve the overall appearance of their face, Botox can be combined with other dermal fillers, such as Sculptra, Juvederm, Belotero and Restylane. Before you receive Botox injections, your specialist traces the areas of your face where Botox will be injected to achieve the desired results. Michele Green prefers the subtle but elegant enhancement of non-surgical brow lift with botulinum toxin or Botox. A Botox brow lift involves injecting Botox directly between the eyebrows to relax the muscles underneath.
A BOTOX brow lift is a non-surgical brow lift alternative that uses neurotoxin injections to lift the eyebrows. Botox weakens the corrugator and procerus muscles, allowing the central part of the forehead to relax and open and the inner part of the forehead to lift, giving you a non-surgical brow lift. .