The introduction of neuromodulators like Dysport® and Botox® has been a powerful game changer in plastic surgery. In the past few years, the popularity of browlifts has decreased a great deal. This is partly due to the poor results patients were seeing from unskilled or improperly trained providers, but also due to the fact that patients can now sculpt their brow and foreheads with a relatively inexpensive and noninvasive injection. As a very conservative plastic surgeon, I am not quick to recommend anything to younger patients; however, neuromodulators like Dysport® and Botox® are a different story. I recommend that patients start very small amounts at an early age to prevent aging of the brow and forehead. Also, I also like to inject small amounts in specific areas across the face, as the resulting look is more harmonious. While this approach is effect, it can also be more expensive. To help my patients and encourage them to consider this method, I keep my per unit prices relatively low.