Brow Lift

A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift:

  • Reduces the wrinkle lines that develop horizontally across the forehead, as well as those that occur on the bridge of the nose, between the eyes
  • Improves frown lines, the vertical creases that develop between the eyebrows
  • Raises sagging brows that are hooding the upper eyelids
  • Places the eyebrows in an alert and youthful position

 

Brow lift techniques:

  • Endoscopic brow lift. The doctor will make several small incisions behind your hairline. Then he will then insert a long thin tube with a light and a tiny camera mounted on its end (endoscope) through one of the incisions to view your underlying muscles and tissues.
    Using an instrument inserted through another incision, the surgeon will lift your forehead tissues and anchor them in place with sutures, small screws or another technique. Your incisions are then closed with stitches or small clips.
  • Coronal brow lift. After making an incision behind your hairline across the top of your head, from ear to ear or primarily on the top of your head. The doctor will lift your forehead into its new position, with the scalp in front of the incision overlapping the scalp behind it.
    The overlapping scalp is then removed, and the remaining scalp is sewn together. This technique is not typically done in people who have high hairlines, thin hair or who are likely to lose their hair.
  • Hairline brow lift. Your surgeon will make an incision between the top of your forehead and the beginning of your hairline. He or she will remove a small amount of skin and tissue from the top of your forehead, rather than your scalp. As a result, your hairline won’t be pulled back.
    A hairline brow lift is often used if someone has a high receding hairline. However, depending upon healing, a scar might be visible along the hairline.

After the Brow lift operation

We will give you specific instructions on how to care for your incisions after the surgery.

while incisions heal, you might experience itching and numbness, which will likely go away over time. If your incisions are covered in bandages, your doctor will remove them in one to three days. Sutures typically will be removed within seven to 10 days of surgery.

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