After Botox, my eyebrows are pushed down and look sad. what can I do?


Q. I don’t like the wrinkles between the eyebrows, and I don’t like the appearance of the eyebrows being pushed down after taking Botox. Is it possible to get rid of wrinkles without causing it?

A. All Botox results are about injectors and their experience. And yes, you should be able to get rid of wrinkles and get a more attractive look.

There are many providers in the Botox injecting community. Many are good syringes, but some have limited understanding of what gives people mediocre results at best and, in the worst case, dangerous results.

If it looks weird or you don’t recognize yourself, know that you’ve been to the wrong syringe. It is rarely Botox that causes this problem.

Fortunately, the drawbacks of using neurotoxins such as Botox and Disport are limited, as they can always be undone over time. The problem is that you paid for a product that lasts about 3-4 months and there may be a big event you were looking forward to.

The ideal result of Botox is to rebalance the muscles. In other words, it raises the height while removing unpleasant wrinkles for a more pleasing appearance. With an experienced injector, you can adjust how high you get based on where the injection is made and the amount of Botox given.

All the injections I make are well documented in the patient’s records and I can get the same results each time, so I would like to tell people to administer Precision Individual Botox (PIB). ..

It is important to have well-documented methods in the injector so that you can get reproducible results that are unique to you. Ask your syringe what they are trying to do for you and how they know if they are recording injections in the correct way.

If you follow the steps above, you should get great results.

Dr. Carlos Wolf is a partner in Miami Plastic Surgery and is board certified. Email him any questions at [email protected]

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