American Society of Plastic Surgeons
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one year ago

I need a professional opinion

I need a professional opinion. The asymmetry on my eyes/eyebrows has always been a big issue for me. I’m thinking of having it fixed permanently. My goal is that my left eyebrow ( the one that looks higher ) is positioned at the same level as my right eyebrow, and have my eyes look more symmetrical as well ( I’m already thinking of doing a canthoplasty to improve the droopy shape a little. HELP!!!

Procedure: Brow Lift
Location: Braga, AL - Portugal

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Carlos Quintero
ASPS Int. Surgeon

Bom dia para voce, thanks for your question, from my point of view, the outer angle of your eyelids are on both sides, are a little lower than horizontal, if they where in a higher position (more horizontal), this optic illusion, will make the the elevation of the eyebrow less noticeable. The procedure CANTHOPEXY, will address this situation.

I hope this information helps a little to you.

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Alfred Antonetti
ASPS Surgeon

Everybody's face is different from one side to the other. You have a little difference but still look good. I would just leave it alone but if it bothers you that much perhaps a canthopexy would help. What you need to do is consult a local plastic surgeon and get in person consultations.

Tanongsak Panyawirunroj
ASPS Int. Surgeon
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Please send the whole face photo for evaluation because normally patient always have asymetrical left and right and you must correct not just only eyebrow.


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