The eyebrows can be lifted. Or they can be kept from going down.
Many patients feel that if the tail, or lateral portion, of their eyebrow was lifted just a bit, it would make all the difference in the world.
Dr. Isaacs can help achieve that difference with the use of injectables and without surgery.
There are indeed several surgical techniques, and Dr. Isaacs in fact performs and lectures on some of the most minimally invasive techniques, to lift the eyebrows.
In the right patient, however, there is now an alternative that can achieve a lift of the tail of the eyebrow. The concept behind this is as follows. There are strong muscles around the eye that contract to squeeze the eyelids shut, and they happen to also pull the eyebrow down. There is also a strong muscle in the forehead that can pull the eyebrow up. These two muscles therefore have opposite effects on the eyebrow. If one is weaker than the other, the other wins. Therefore, if the muscle that pulls the eyebrow down is selectively weakened with the right strength of Botox in just the right location, the eyebrow will not only go down, but will be biased to lifting as there is no antagonist to the muscle that lifts the eyebrow. The results are simpler than the explanation.
Consult with an expert when considering this procedure.