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Have you ever been accused of having a tired or frowning face — even at rest and perfectly content? While this is a common occurrence, it could very much skew others’ first impressions of you, whether during a job interview or meeting new friends.

The good news is that there are quite a few cosmetic treatments that can turn your face into a friendlier, more welcoming appearance. Take a look at these three options if you want to naturally exude positive vibes.


For unwanted facial expressions caused by a drooping or furrowed brow, BOTOX® could be a suitable solution. By smoothing away forehead and brow creases and addressing drooping or sagging in the eye area, BOTOX can give your face a more open and welcoming appearance. BOTOX typically lasts 3 to 6 months before you might need an additional treatment.

If you’re looking for a longer-lasting fix to a drooping brow, a brow lift or eyelid lift might be right for you.

Dermal Fillers

Perhaps the problem is that you are frowning when you’re really feeling just fine. If this is the case, fillers can help smooth away lines and wrinkles near your mouth that might give the illusion that you are tired.

Often, BOTOX can be combined with dermal fillers to address downturned lips, creating a subtle smile.


In some cases, a facelift can be the best cosmetic solution. This procedure can make you look years younger and give you a friendlier face by tightening sagging skin and smoothing wrinkles and creases in your mid- and lower-face.

To see which treatment could be right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Ezzat by contacting us online or calling our Boston office at 857-350-4205today.


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