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Those seeking a quick and easy improvement (that can be, in some, less dramatic) improvement in the overall look of their brows can choose from a variety of different injectables. For minimal tweaking—best suited for those without heavy lids—Botulinum toxin is a good choice. “By injecting Botulinum Toxin into the muscles that pull the eyebrows down, the muscles are weakened, and the eyebrows are lifted,” say our doctors at Nexus Clinic. “The goal is to retrain the muscles to reshape the brow over time.”

Fillers used off-label such as Juvéderm and Radiesse can help lift the tail of the brow, while Sculptra may be used on those with deep hollowness to correct the shape. It all depends on how much correction is needed. These are noninvasive procedures and can be refined over time as the patient ages.

Botulinum toxin is not only a treatment to fix eyebrow and brow line signs of aging, but can also possibly delay the need for browlift surgery.

FAQ & Questions.

Here are some Frequently Asked Questions by you, answered by our doctors.

Botulinum toxin injections are great for stopping crow’s-feet, the vertical frown lines between the brows. Botulinum toxin can also be used as an “injectable browlift” to slightly elevate the brow and eliminate horizontal lines across the forehead to help the upper face look younger and more relaxed. Strategically placed Botulinum toxin injections can give your brows a subtle yet temporary lift—with none of the recovery or downtime associated with surgery.

The treatment takes mere minutes and results last three to four months on average.

Well, in about a week to 2 weeks, the patient see the final difference and may or may not need to come back to the clinic for a quick touch up.