Eye Brow Lift
A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, is a surgical procedure that is used to improve the appearance of the forehead and eyebrows. It can be used to treat a variety of issues, including wrinkles and lines on the forehead, a sagging or drooping brow, and hooding of the upper eyelids. A brow lift can be performed using a variety of techniques, including a traditional brow lift, an endoscopic brow lift, and a temporal brow lift.
During a traditional brow lift, the surgeon will make an incision across the top of the head, just above the hairline. Through this incision, the surgeon will lift and reposition the muscles and tissues of the forehead and eyebrows to create a more youthful, refreshed appearance. An endoscopic brow lift is similar, but the surgeon makes several small incisions and uses an endoscope (a thin tube with a camera on the end) to lift and reposition the muscles and tissues. A temporal brow lift is a less invasive procedure in which the surgeon makes small incisions in the temples and lifts and repositions the muscles and tissues to improve the appearance of the outer corners of the eyebrows.
A brow lift is usually performed as an outpatient procedure, and the patient can usually return to their normal activities within a few days. It is important to follow the post-procedure instructions provided by the surgeon to help ensure the best possible results.