With women the eyebrow is situated on average one centimetre above the edge of the eye socket, in men they are placed exactly on the edge. If this position is lower, this can cause complaints such as a feeling of pressure on the eyes, vision loss, a tired look or headaches (by the (un)conscious raising of the forehead muscle to compensate).
An eyebrow correction involves raising the eyebrows. This can be done through various techniques under local anesthesia, and may or may not be combined with an upper eyelid correction. To find out which technique is right for you, it is best to make an appointment.