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What is a brow lift?
Who Is a Good Candidate?
- You may be a suitable candidate for brow lift if you have a naturally saggy or droopy brow line that sits close to your eyes and/or have frown lines (i.e., deep furrows between your eyebrows).
- You should be at or close to your ideal weight, with a BMI less than 35.
- The best candidates are non-smokers. Smoking increases the chance of complications including impairment in wound healing.
- Brow lift is typically performed on an outpatient basis at a surgical center or a hospital. Anesthesia is administered so you remain comfortable during the procedure.
- In most cases, the brow line incisions are made behind the hairline to conceal any scarring.
- Through the incisions, the forehead skin is lifted and repositioned, and the muscles that cause frown lines are weakened.
- Wrinkled forehead tissue is also smoothed for a tighter and more youthful result.
- Finally, the incisions are closed with small sutures and the area is bandaged.
- Depending on how your eye area has aged, you might want to combine brow lift with another facial plastic procedure. For example, if your eyelids have thin, crepe paper-like skin that droops over the upper lids or causes puffiness under the lower lids, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) may be beneficial.
You will have 2 1-inch incisions hidden in the hairline centered over each eyebrow.
The incisions will be hidden in the hairline above the forehead.
For a more comprehensive rejuvenation, your browlift can be combined with an upper and lower eyelid lift, a facelift or facial fat grafting.
Patients often add non-surgical facial rejuvenation such as Botox and microneedling + PRP to complete their look.