As we age, muscles in the brow and forehead area may becomes thinner and less elastic and the structures supporting it to the facial skeleton become weaker and less able to resist the pull of gravity. One of the earliest signs of aging occurs in the forehead and eyebrow area.
Facial ageing is a gradual process causing the appearance of heavy eyelids and looking tired, when in reality one may not be! Female patients find this most troubling, as there is dropping of the eyebrows and wrinkling of the skin (frown lines, crow's feet, horizontal forehead lines, etc).
Drooping of the eyebrows can also lead to excessive eyebrow skin accumulating in the upper eyelid.This is a result of the constant use of the muscles in the forehead for facial expression.
The term "brow lift" is used to surgical procedure that can dramatically improve a tired or sad look above the upper eyelid and eyebrow region. It is a series of procedures that are used to; improve the position and shape of the eye brows, reduce frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead wrinkles. It is an important eyelid surgery that successfully treated the affected areas.
Brow lift surgery can be performed alone or along with a facelift and/or eyelid corrective surgery. The brow lift surgery also plays an important role in eyelid surgery, as the upper eyelids cannot successfully treat until the brow lift has been completed.
Several techniques are used including placing the incisions within the scalp; a patient was literally scalped as an incision was placed from ear to ear to elevate the forehead and brow.
Brow Lift Surgery
Forehead wrinkling has been a commonly treated aesthetic ailment with the growing use of BOTOX® and other neuromuscular paralyzing agents.
A brow lift is commonly performed on patients in the 40 to 60 range, helping to minimize the visible signs of aging.
Types of Brow Lift:
There are several techniques to lift the brow. These can be non-surgically (such as thermage) or full surgical correction with the coronal brow lift.
• Endoscopic Brow Lift(click this link for more Info)
Endoscopic Brow Lift
Brow lift can also be done with an endoscope using "smallest" enveloping surgery.
• Temporal Brow Lift(click this link for more Info)
Temporal brow lift procedure is for those patients who find wrinkles at the corners of the eye (crow’s feet) as lifting the temporal brow will flatten the wrinkles as the skin and muscle are placed on stretch during the elevation.
• Internal Brow Lift(click this link for more Info)
Internal Brow Lift procedure is used to remove the unwanted excessive upper eyelid skin.
Brow Lift Procedure:(click this link for more Info)
Plastic Surgery Brow Lift
Brow lift are divided into ‘open’ and ‘closed’ types. Each type has specific indications for its use and many variations on how they should be performed have been described.
A less common indication is in the treatment of an excessively long appearing forehead due to a high hairline. The internal steps are essentially the same regardless of the type of operation selected, open or closed.
Brow Lift Recovery : (click this link for more Info)
Most of the patients can go home on the same day of the surgery and for the next 4 to 72 hours you do as little work as possible.
Brow Lift Results
You will be pleased by the results and you will actually receive the same what u expected. You can expect your eyes to appear more open, your forehead smoother and your expression less tired/stern.
Brow Lift Complications (click this link for more Info)
- Bleeding usually occurs within the first 24-48 hours of the procedure and may require a return to the operating room.
- Prolonged swelling.
- Asymmetry or unevenness
Brow Lift Cost (click this link for more Info)
As a guideline brow lifts are priced from $11,000 but the cost can vary according to the patients and their problems like the types of the procedure used, the complexity of their case and medical history.
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Brow Lift Before And After
- Brow Lift Before And After