Hi and thank you for sharing your concern! What you are experiencing is eyebrow ptosis and it can happen due to so many factors such as improper Dysport dosing or improper location of injection. Sometimes due to the form of anatomy of the forehead, eyelid and muscle strength, the patient might not be a candidate to begin with to get Dysport or Botox injection. I personally see hundreds of patients every week who want to get Botox or Dysport, and after examining the patients in some cases I see that the patient is not a candidate for Botox or Dysport and I let them know and advise them against doing the treatment. The good news is that the results usually last for 3 to 5 months and it will slowly wear off and there shouldn’t be any long-lasting issues. To avoid facing similar issues please make sure to share the experience you had with your physician in future whenever considering Botox or Dysport.
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