I’m 38. I have some frown lines on my forehead and between my eyebrows, though I don’t feel that they’re yet that horrible that I need to consider surgery. However, what I would really like to have fixed is one of my eyes, as the eyebrow has becoming increasingly more droopy over the years. It’s now a big difference between my two brows and the droopy one goes over my eyelid. Is this something that can be fixed with a brow lift or would an eyelid lift be more appropriate? Are there any less invasive, non-surgical alternatives that would lift my droopy brow?
From the description that you have given me it sounds as if the only remedy for your unilateral droopy brow is a browlift to that side. At 38 it is also possible that you may need an upper lid blepharoplasty to one or both eyes to completely rejuvenate your eyes.
Posted by Dr. Philip Schoenfeld